﻿ Let x be the random variable representing the number of calls received in an hour by a 911 emergency service. a portion of the probability
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# Let x be the random variable representing the number of calls received in an hour by a 911 emergency service. a portion of the probability distribution of x is given below. value of x 0 1 2 3 4 probability p(x) 0.25 0.10 0.05 suppose the probability that x = 1 and the probability that x = 2 are the same. what are these probabilities? what is the expected number of 911 calls in an hour?

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