Question

Given the following probability distribution, what is the expected value of the random variable X?
 

   
X P(X)
100 .10
150 .20
200 .30
250 .30
300 .10
Sum 1.00
 

 

 

 

Multiple Choice
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    175
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    150
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    200
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    205

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