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There are two simultaneous games. One game is flipping a coin. Payment of tail is $2.50 and head is $1.50. And
the other game is rolling a six sided die and paying number of dollars shown on the face of the die. Both the coin
and the die are determined simultaneously and are independent of each other. Payment is the product of the two
resulting games. What is the expected amount of payment in this joint game?

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