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Alexis wants to buy $500 worth of new clothes before school starts. She decides to have a garage sale to earn the money for the clothes. She hopes to sell her comic book collection for $200, stuffed toys for $100, a bicycle for $50, and a few knicknacks from her room for $250. The probabilities that her neighbors want to buy the stuff Alexis is selling are distributed as shown in the table. P(X) Probability Comics 1/4 Toys 1/4 Bikes 1/4 Knicknacks 1/4 What is Alexis's expected garage sale income, and how much more would she need to earn to break even?

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  1. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    The expected income is $150, and Alexis would need $350 more to break even. The expected income is $600, and Alexis would need $100 less to break even. The expected income is $300, and Alexis would need $200 more to break even. The expected income is $178.50, and Alexis would need $321.50 more to break even.

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    the answer choices are above. i'm just really confused as to what do with this

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