Question
Consider the probability density function for a random variable X, given by
for 0 < x < 5
10
f(x) = {x- TO
for 5 < x < 7.5
25
10
otherwise.
Find E(X), the expected value of X.
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Consider the probability density function for a random variable X, given by for 0 < x < 5 10 f(x) = {x- TO for 5 < x < 7.5 25 10 otherwise. Find E(X), the expected value of X.

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