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Asked Oct 9, 2019

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This problem involves selecting books from a shelf. Assume that the shelf holds 6 short stories and 3 novels. A student selects 5 books at random. A random variable X is defined to be the number of novels selected.

How many different values are possible for the random variable X?

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