Stats II Question
Let X be a random variable for which P[X = 40] = 1/6 & P[X = -50] = 1/6 and Y be a random variable for which P[Y = 5] = 244/495 & P[Y = -5] = 251/495 and let Z = 3X - Y + 10 assuming X & Y are independent, the E(Z) & Var(Z) are closest to.
E(Z) = -5, Var(Z) = 3167
E(Z) = 5, Var(Z) = 6150
E(Z) = 5, Var(Z) = 3100
E(Z) = -5, Var(Z) = 6110
E(Z) = 5, Var(Z) = 1067
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