What is the expected value of M when n=4 scores and if a 2 year old boys weighs 36 pounds, how much protein should he consume?

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  1. Is that one or two questions?

    What is M?
    How does n "score"? Score at what?

    What does the protein consumption of a two-year-old have to do with statistics? It sounds like pediatric nutrition

    Your question, or its translation into English, makes no sense.

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