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A prize of $100, $200, $500, or $1000 will be randomly awarded to a game show contestant, with the probabilities of winning each prize shown in the table below. What is the expected value of the prize that will be awarded?

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  1. no table. But multiply each amount by its probability, and add up the results.

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