Suppose $B_t$ is a Brownian motion. As I understand, $B_2-B_1$ is independent of $B_3-B_2$ from properties of Brownian motion. Does it also mean that $B_1$ and $B_2$ are also independent? Can I use this independence to find the joint density of $B_1+B_2+B_3$ as each Brownian process is a normal process of mean 0 and variance t, it should be trivial.
I've another related question. To find the expectation over a Brownian process, can I integrate my stochastic process over the normal density function for Brownian motion (mean 0 and variance t)? I hope this makes sense.