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Consider a hypothetical population of dogs in which there are four possible weights, all of which are equally likely: 42, 48, 52, or 58 pounds. If a sample of size n=2 is drawn from this population, what is the sampling distribution of the total weight of the two dogs selected? That is, what the possible values for the total and what are the probabilities associated with each of those values?

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