Asked Feb 2, 2020

The outcome X of an experiment has only two possible values, X= 4 and X= 5. Given that the expected outcome E(X)= 4.2, find P(X= 5). Give your answer as a decimal.


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Step 1

The outcome of experiment X has two outcomes X =4 and X = 5.
Let P(X=4) = p 

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