X and Y are jointly uniformly distributed and their joint PDF is given by:
fX,Y(x,y) = {k , 0<=x<=4, 0 <=y <= 8
0 , otherwise }
a.) find the value of k that makes the joint PDF valid
b.) compute the probability P[(X-2)^2 + (Y-2)^2 < 4]
c.) compute the probability P[Y > 0.5X + 5]
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