a bivariate distribution involves a pair of random variables (x, y). in an experiment of tossing 2 fair coins 10 times. let x denote the possible outputs of tossing the 1st coin 10 times. let y denote the possible outputs of tossing the 2nd coin 10 times. is it reasonable to consider the possible outputs of the experiment as a bivariate distribution?

Hi @brennan2018,

The answer of your question is yes.

On a different note, I am not sure you realized it by your post starts with: *"a bivariate distribution involves..."* and then ends with: *"is it reasonable to consider the possible outputs of the experiment as a bivariate distribution?"*. Your post started with the answer

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