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Consider the Experiment: Throw one die over and over until you get a six; X = the number of throws.What values can X take?

Asked by Topperlearning User 20th August 2016, 1:17 AM
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 If you throw a six on the first throw, X = 1. If you first throw one on the second, X = 2, and so on. Thus, the possible values of X are 1, 2, 3, ....

Answered by Expert 20th August 2016, 3:17 AM
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