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# Household behavior with respect to changes in income can be described by the marginal propensity to consume (MPC) and the marginal propensity to save (MPS). These variables can be used to predict the eventual changes in equilibrium output after the change in income has occurred. The the larger the resulting change in output for a given change in expenditure.

One question from a survey was "how many credit cards do you currently have? " the results of the survey are provided. complete parts (a) through (g) below. click the icon to view the survey results. (a) determine the mean number of credit cards based on the raw data. the mean is 3.113.11 credit cards. (type an integer or a decimal. do not round.) (b) determine the standard deviation number of credit cards based on the raw data. the standard deviation is 1.9111.911 credit cards. (round to three decimal places as needed.) (c) determine a probability distribution for the random variable, x, the number of credit cards issued to an individual. x (# of cards) p(x) x (# of cards) p(x) 1 0.280.28 6 nothing 2 nothing 7 nothing 3 nothing 8 nothing 4 nothing 9 nothing 5 nothing 10 nothing (type integers or decimals. do not round.)