I'm really new to statistics and probability so sorry if this is a really basic question. I just wasn't sure how to do it. I tried looking it up but can't find much information.
If I'm given a cdf for a random variable X, how do I find it for a new random variable Y which was in terms of X? Do I just plug in Y? My example is following:
FX(x) = 1 −1/x for 1 < x < ∞ Find the cdf for the new random variable Y = -X + 2