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Suppose a game has three outcomes, A, B and C with probabilities (A)=.2, (B)=.3, and (C)=.5.  A player will receive three dollars when outcome A occurs, four dollars when outcome B occurs, and will have to pay two dollars when outcome C occurs.  What is the mean value of one trial of the game? 

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8. Suppose a game has three outcomes, A, B, an
OCcurs, $4 when outcome B occurs, and will ha
$1.00
$5.00
50.00
$1.66
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nhighered.com/launchpad/fapp10e/11310118 Iniach Done Homework 8. Suppose a game has three outcomes, A, B, an OCcurs, $4 when outcome B occurs, and will ha $1.00 $5.00 50.00 $1.66

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From the given information, a game has three outcomes A, B and C with probabilities P(A)=0.2, P(B)=0.3 and P(C)=0.5. A player will receive three dollars when outcome...

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Money) Probability 0.2 0.30.5 3 4 -2

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