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If E(X) = 17 and E(X2) = 298, use Chebyshev’s inequality

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Problem 2E

Problem 2E

If E(X) = 17 and E(X2) = 298, use Chebyshev’s inequality to determine

(a) A lower bound for P(10 < X < 24).

(b) An upper bound for P(|X − 17| ≥ 16).

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