# computing the e-value of a distribution.

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A person runs one mile to his house as fast as he can. It is equally likely that he will run at an average speed of 3 miles per hour, 6 miles per hour, and 9 miles per hour.

What is the e-value of your distribution of the time it will take this person to get home?

Multiple choice answers:

a) 8 minutes

b) 10 minutes

c) 12 minutes

d) 14 minutes

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