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Let (S, P) be the sample space with S = (1, 2, 3, ..., 10) and P (a) = 1/10 for all a ES. For this
sample space, define the random variables X and Y by
#2.
X(s) = 25 and Y(s) = s
a. Evaluate P (X< 10).
b. Evaluate P (Y
< 10).
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Let (S, P) be the sample space with S = (1, 2, 3, ..., 10) and P (a) = 1/10 for all a ES. For this sample space, define the random variables X and Y by #2. X(s) = 25 and Y(s) = s a. Evaluate P (X< 10). b. Evaluate P (Y < 10).

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