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Suppose you roll a die with probability of 1 being 1/13, 2 being 2/13, 3 being 4/13, 4 being 3/13, 5 being 2/13, and 6 being 1/13. What is the expected value of the up-face of the die?

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  1. Suppose you roll a die with probability of 1 being 1/13, 2 being 2/13, 3 being 4/13, 4 being 3/13, 5 being 2/13, and 6 being 1/13. What is the expected value of the up-face of the die?
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