Posted by **mariely** on Tuesday, May 19, 2009 at 12:25pm.

suppose a local symphony decides to raise money by raffling a microwave oven worth $400, a diner for two worth $80, and 2 books worth $20 each. a total of 2000 tickets are sold at $1 each. find the expected value of wining for a person who buys one ticket in the raffle.

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