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The Television Bureau of Advertising, Inc., publishes information on color television ownership in Trends in Television. Following is a probability distribution for the number of color TVs, Y, owned by a randomly selected household with annual income between $15,000 and $29,999.
Use random-variable notation to represent each of the following events. The households owns
a. At least one color TV.
b. Exactly two color TVs.
c. Between one and three, inclusive, color TVs.
d. An odd number of color TVs.
Use the special addition rule and the probability distribution to determine
e. P(Y ≥ 1).
f. P(Y = 2).
g. P(1 ≤ Y ≤ 3).
h. P(Y = 1 or 3 or 5).


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