Probability and Statistics: Let X and Y be independent random variables, and E(A) be the expectation of any random variable A. Simplify this expression: E(2XY - 2XE(Y) - 2YE(X) + 2E(X)E(Y))
I think it's supposed to be 0, by the way, but I just don't know how this turns out to be 0.

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*please note the correction: E(2XY... instead of E(4XY...

Do you know about Covariance? Somehow feel this plays a part.

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