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Let be a Poisson process with intensity a 0. Let T1 be the time of the first event, as usual. Let…

Let Let be a Poisson process with intensity a 0. Let T1 be the time of the first event, as usual. Let... be a Poisson process with intensity a 0. Let T1 be the time of the first event, as usual. Let 0 > s> t.

Let be a Poisson process with intensity a 0. Let T1 be the time of the first event, as usual. Let...

(b) Suppose t is fixed, but s is allowed to vary in the interval (0t). What does the answer to part (b) say about the “conditional distribution” of T1, conditional on knowing that Nt  1?