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# A Probability Path by Resnick, Exercise 4.6.19 watch

1. How would I go about doing this question?

Construct an example to show that two random variables X and Y may be indepen- dent according to one probability measure P1 but dependent with respect to another probability measure P2 on the same measurable space (Ω,F)
2. (Original post by Bruce Harrisface)
How would I go about doing this question?

Construct an example to show that two random variables X and Y may be indepen- dent according to one probability measure P1 but dependent with respect to another probability measure P2 on the same measurable space (Ω,F)
Start off by doing this on the level of events; and keep it simple!

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