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Consider a game in which a player rules a number cube to determine the number of points earned. If a player rolls a number greater than or equal to 4 the

Consider a game in which a player rules a number cube to determine the number of points earned. If a player rolls a number greater than or equal to 4 the number of roll is added to the total points. A
Expected value is the sum of probabilities for all outcomes...4*(1/6)+5*(1/6)+6*(1/6)-3*(1/6)-2*(1/6)-1*(1/6)(4+5+6)/6-(3+2+1)/615/6-6/69/61.5So the expected value for a single roll in this game is 1.5 points. ...

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