Probability of choosing area code ends with odd number

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Q1) In most applications continuous random variables represent counted data, whereas discrete random variables represent measured data.

Q2) For the random varisble x word random points out that value of x is determined by chance.

Q3) Mean of the random variable represents "theortical average" of the probability experiment nd sometimes is not possible outcome.

Q4) Area code consists of 3 digits. How many area codes are possible if

(a) There are no restrictions

(b) The first digit cannot be a 1 or 0

(c) Determine the probability of choosing the area code at random which ends in the odd number if first digit cannot be 1 or 0?

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