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    Statistics Using Probability Tables

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    Assign decimal numbers for probabilities in table below for each x.
    Don't forget: total for all probabilities should be exactly 1.

    x = 0 1 2 3 4
    P(x) =

    Based on your probability table:

    1. Find probability that x is less than 3, P (x < 3)
    2. Find probability that x is at least one: (x â?¥ 1)?
    3. Calculate Expected Value E(x) for this distribution.

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    Solution Summary

    The solution finds probabilities and calculates expected value E(x) for the distribution based on the probability table.