I am studying astrophysics on the side and came across this problem in the textbook: Modeling Malmquist Bias Problem

I am not quite sure how to approach it but I do know I need to account for the Malmquist bias to account for the correct $L$. Is there any insight I can get here?


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    $\begingroup$ Have you checked Wikipedia's page on the subject ? $\endgroup$ – StephenG Feb 27 at 5:08
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