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Each of $50$ students in class belongs to exactly one the four groups $A,B,C$ or $D$. The membership numbers for the four groups are as follows: $A:5,B:5,C:15,D:20$. First choose one of the $50$ students at random and let $X$ be the size of that student's group . Next, choose one the four groups at random and let $Y$ be its size.

(d) Assume you have a students divided into n groups with memberships s1,.........sn, and X be the size of the group of a randomly chosen student, while Y is the size of the randomly chosen group.

Let EY=  $\mu$ and Var(Y) = $\sigma$2 . Express EX with s, n, $\mu$ and $\sigma$.

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