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If we have N numbers, say 1,2,3,...,N which are all equally probable, then how to find E[n], for n=1,2,...,N? I mean the statistical average of a number is the same number, right?

Thanks in advance

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If we have N numbers, say 1,2,3,...,N which are all equally probable, then how to find E[n], for n=1,2,...,N? I mean the statistical average of a number is the same number, right?

Thanks in advance

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If I misunderstood your question, please clarify.

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If I misunderstood your question, please clarify.

No, I need the mean of each number.

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Regards

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