.What was E(X), the expected number of bases for Ichiro at a typical at-bat in 2001?
During his 2001 MVP season for the Seattle Mariners, Japanese baseball sensation Ichiro Suzuki hit 190 singles, 32 doubles, 10 triples, and 10 home runs in a total of 692 at-bats. The following table arranges these data in terms of the number of bases for a hit, counting 0 bases for the times when he did not get a hit, and 4 bases for home runs.
Number of Bases 0 1 2 3 4
Number of Times 450 194 32 5 11
What was E(X), the expected number of bases for Ichiro at a typical at-bat in 2001? If necessa

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Someone please answer now. Please hurry /;

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I know the formulas but i don't understand how to use them.

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oh sorry not that formula...

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That still doesn't mean anything to me . I don't get it at all.

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do u know how to find MEAN of the given data

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hey @LMarieee u there?

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Like in just a set of numbers .. add them up, then divide by how many numbers are given <- I know that .. as in this, idk.

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got it?

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Number of Bases 0 1 2 3 4 Number of Times 450 194 32 5 11
total at bats \(450+194+32+5+11=692\)

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number of bases
\[1\times 194+2\times 32+3\times 5+4\times 11=317\]

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\[E(x)=\frac{317}{692}\] it is late so check my arithmetic

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AND THAT IS the MEAN and the answer

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Oh okay, I get it now. Thank you both. Wait .. I dont divide 692 into 317 right? i just keep it as is?

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depends on whether you want a decimal or a fraction

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Alright then, thank you (:

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WELCOME

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you could say \(.458\) rounded

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No, I think i just need it fraction form. Thanks once again

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