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StatisticsQ&A Library7. Given this set of numbers: 2, 3, 6, 7, 8, and 10 find:A. E ( X-X) the second X has a bar line above itB. E x^2 - Ex the symbol after x means a square 2C. E 2x - x the second x has a bar line above it as wellD. 3 Ex^2 + 2 Ex - 10E. x = Ex/n the first x has a bar line above it s wellQuestion

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7. Given this set of numbers: 2, 3, 6, 7, 8, and 10 find:

A. E ( X-X) the second X has a bar line above it

B. E x^2 - Ex the symbol after x means a square 2

C. E 2x - x the second x has a bar line above it as well

D. 3 Ex^2 + 2 Ex - 10

E. x = Ex/n the first x has a bar line above it s well

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Step 2

Given set of numbers 2, 3, 6, 7, 8, 10

E(x) is nothing but the mean of the given data points and it is calculated as shown below.

we get E(X) = 6

E(X-Xbar) is computed as shown below using the property of expectations E(X+c) = E(X)+c where c is a constant, Here Xbar represents the mean of the data which is a constant 6. So we get E(X-Xbar) = 0

Step 3

we need to compute E(X2)-E(X)

Here we know all X are 2 3 6 7 8 10

now we calculate X2 are 4 9 36 49 64 100

E(X2) is calculate as shown below ...

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