2. An urn contains an urn containing 3 blue balls and 2 red balls. Balls are removed from the urn until the first red ball comes out. If X is the number of balls drawn until the first red ball comes out, a. Find the probability distribution of X and plot your graph b. What is the most likely number of extractions? Which one is the least likely? c. What is the average number of extractions that have to be made until the first red ball appears? d. What is the dispersion of the values ​​of X?

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2. An urn contains an urn containing 3 blue balls and 2 red balls. Balls are removed from the urn until the first red ball comes out. If X is the number of balls drawn until the first red ball comes out,

a. Find the probability distribution of X and plot your graph

b. What is the most likely number of extractions? Which one is the least likely?

c. What is the average number of extractions that have to be made until the first red ball appears? d. What is the dispersion of the values ​​of X?

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