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2. (Mean or Expected Value) In a lottery, there are 25 prizes of $5, 5 prizes of $25, and one prize of $100. Assuming that
1,000 tickets are to be issued and sold, what is a fair price (i.e. for zero profit) to charge to break even? Use the following
blank table.
P(X)
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2. (Mean or Expected Value) In a lottery, there are 25 prizes of $5, 5 prizes of $25, and one prize of $100. Assuming that 1,000 tickets are to be issued and sold, what is a fair price (i.e. for zero profit) to charge to break even? Use the following blank table. P(X)