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Mathematics
Statistics
Let x be the number of magazines a person reads
Let x be the number of magazines a person reads
Let x be the number of magazines a person reads every week. Based on a sample survey of adults, the following probability distribution table was prepared.
Find the mean and standard deviation of x.
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