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Let X = the number of nonzero digits in a randomly selected zip code. What are the possible values of X? Give three possible possible outcomes and their associated X values

Step 1

We are given the below random variable:

X= the number of nonzero digits in a randomly selected zipcode.

Zipcode is a number usually having 5 digits.

Step 2

Therefore, the possible values...

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