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# What is the value of x? (3 × 2)(7 - 2)(6 + 2) = (6 × 4)x.

A. 1
B. -5
C. 5
D. 10

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X=10 Simplify both sides of the problem 240 x+24x Subtract 24 from both sides 24x-24x- 24x-24x Factor the L side 24x(-x+10)=0 Set Factors =0 24x(-x+10)=0 X=0 or x+10+0 X+0 or x+10-Answer The expected value of x, where x is a discrete arbitrary variable, is a weighted median of the feasible values that x can take, each quantity being weighted according to the probability of the occurrence of that event. The anticipated value of x is usually written as E(x) In concrete terms; the expectation is what you would predict the outcome of an experiment to be on average. The expected value of a constant is a constant, so for example, E (1) multiply the random variable    #### John Smith

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