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# Identifying Probability Distributions In Exercises 11-14, determine whether the table represents a probability distribution. If it is a probability distribution, sketch its graph. If it is not a probability distribution, state any properties that are not satisfied. x 0 1 2 3 4 5 P ( x ) 8 30 2 30 6 30 3 30 4 30 7 30

To determine

Whether the table represents a probability distribution or not and if it does then sketch its graph.

Explanation

Given Information:

 x 0 1 2 3 4 5 P(x) 830 230 630 330 430 730

The total probability of the system is always 1 or < 1 but never > 1.

i=0nPi=P0+P2+P3.+Pn=1.

If the sum of all probability values is 1 then it represents correct probability distribution

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