RANDOM VARIABLES AND EXPECTATION 4.1

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When a random experiment is performed, we are often not interested in all of the details of the experimental result but only in the value of some numerical quantity determined by the result. For instance, in tossing dice we are often interested in the sum of the two dice and are not really concerned about the values of the individual dice.

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Chapter 4RANDOM VARIABLES ANDEXPECTATION4.1RANDOM VARIABLESWhen a random experiment is performed, we are often not interested in all of the detailsof the experimental result but only in the value of some numerical quantity determinedby the result. For instance, in tossing dice we are often

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