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Now that we know what a random variable is, we can think about expected value. As we'll see, it can be viewed as a probability-weighted average of possible outcomes!
Compute the expected value given a set of outcomes, probabilities, and payoffs
Understanding an insurance company's sense of my chances of dying.
Introduction to the law of large numbers