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A health club has six tennis courts. The owner hypothesizes that his patrons have no preference for a particular court. He observes how many people...

A health club has six tennis courts.  The owner hypothesizes that his patrons have no preference for a particular court.  He observes how many people play on each court on a particular day.  Compute the expected value for the data shown below.
Court              Number of Players
  1                     9
  2                     10
  3                     11
  4                     6
  5                     14
  6                     7
A)  4.37     B)  10.3     C)  9.5     D)  5.72

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