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ProbabilityQ&A LibraryRework problem 13 from section 4.3 of your text, involving the expected number of heads when flipping a coin. Assume that the coin is weighted so that Pr[H]=14, and that it is flipped 12 times. The random variable X is defined as the number of heads in the 12 flips.What is E[X]?Question

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Rework problem 13 from section 4.3 of your text, involving the expected number of heads when flipping a coin. Assume that the coin is weighted so that Pr[H]=14, and that it is flipped 12 times. The random variable X is defined as the number of heads in the 12 flips.

What is E[X]?

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