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    Consider the experiment of choosing a whole number between 1 and 10, where the probability of selecting a number is proportional to the number itself; for example, the outcome 4 is twice as likely as the outcome 2, etc. Set up an appropriate probability space to model this experiment. Be as explicit as possible.

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    Consider the experiment of choosing a whole number between 1 and 10, where the probability of selecting a number is proportional to the number itself; for example, the outcome 4 is twice as likely as the ...

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    This solution formulates an appropriate probability space to model this experiment.

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