# 5) A man aiming at a target receives 10 points if his shot is within 1... 5) A man aiming at a target receives 10 points if his shot is within 1 inch of the target, 5 points if it is between 1 and 3 inches of the target, and 3 points if it is between 3 and 5 inches of the target. Find the expected number of points scored if the distance from the shot to the target is uniformly distributed between 0 and 10 Find the probability that the man receives less than 16 points in total in 4 succes- sive aiming attempts. What  ##### Add Answer to: 5) A man aiming at a target receives 10 points if his shot is within 1...
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