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I have a random process which is $\pi_p(t)$ which is the rectangular function in the interval $[0,p]$. $p$ is a uniformly distributed random variable over interval $[0,10]$. I want to find the pdf of this function but I don't know what method to follow. I know that I can write $p$ as $\frac{1}{10}\pi_{10}(r)$.

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  • $\begingroup$ Well you have found the pdf. What is your question then? $\endgroup$ – lightxbulb Feb 11 at 10:54
  • $\begingroup$ I've found the pdf of p but I want to find it for the random process. Are they the same? @lightxbulb $\endgroup$ – M. H Feb 11 at 10:57

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