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Suppose random variable X can take value x_{1} with probability p_{1}, value x_{2} with probability p_{2}, and so on, up to value x_{k} with probability p_{k}. Then the expectation of this random variable X is defined as
Since all probabilities p_{i} add up to one: p_{1} + p_{2} + ... + p_{k} = 1, the expected value can be viewed as the weighted average, with p_{i}’s being the weights:
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