Law of Iterative Expectation, Mathematics

#quesSuppose we have a stick of length L. We break it once at some point X ~ Unif(0;L). Then we break it again at some point Y ~ Unif(0;X). Use the law of iterated expectation to calculate E[Y ].tion..
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