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Random variables X and Y are independant and distributed normally so that $ X \sim N(0,2) $ and $ Y \sim N(0,2)$. If a new random variable Z is defined as $ Z = {X \over Y}$, find $ f_z(z) $ and $ F_Z (z)$.

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56 minutes. $ $ – Did Dec 15 '12 at 8:54

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