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MM207 Unit 4 Chapter 4 Project  Total points are 30. Points are included with each problem. Included with each section or problem are reference examples and end of section exercises that  can be used as a guide. Be sure to show your work in case partial credit is awarded. To receive   full credit, work must be shown if applicable. Section 4.1 Probability Distribution 1.   Decide whether the random variable is discrete or continuous. (References: example 1 page 195, end of section exercises  13 – 20 page 201)   (1 points per  each part) a. The number of bottles of water sold at lunch in the snack bar b. The weight of a fire ant in the lab test mound c. The number of seniors in a required English grammar class, Eng 311 d. The height of a player on a pro-basketball team e. The speed of a car in the Darlington 500 on day 1 of qualifying 2.  Decide whether the distribution is a probability distribution. If it is not a probability

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