In a series of three binomial trials with p=.4, a random variable, X, is assigned to the outcomes to form a base 2 number, with 1 associated with success(S), and 0 associated with failure(F). For example, SFS->101=5.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

A) Find the expected value of X, E[X].

(Answer 2.80)

B) Find the expected value of X if P=.5

(Answer 3.5)

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# Binomial trials

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