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If X and Y are independent random variables with V(X) = 2 and V(Y) = 5, find V(-X + 3Y). 49 B. 13 C. 43 D. 17 E.

If X and Y are independent random variables with V(X) = 2 and V(Y) = 5, find V(-X + 3Y). A. 49

  •  B. 13
  •  C. 43
  •  D. 17
  •  E. 47

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