Observation х 3 2 3 4 10 5 Find the following: ( a) Σy (b): Ey? (c) Eax, + by, (d) TIx, (e) Σay. 3x2 + Y4 (f) (g) 32!/ (30!) (h) Σ" X*Ул

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could you help me solve these examples? given a=3 and b=4 and the chart

Observation
х
3
2
3
4
10
5
Find the following:
( a) Σy
(b): Ey?
(c) Eax, + by,
(d) TIx,
(e) Σay.
3x2 + Y4
(f)
(g) 32!/ (30!)
(h) Σ"
X*Ул
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Observation х 3 2 3 4 10 5 Find the following: ( a) Σy (b): Ey? (c) Eax, + by, (d) TIx, (e) Σay. 3x2 + Y4 (f) (g) 32!/ (30!) (h) Σ" X*Ул

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