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A child has a box of crayons containing 16 crayons. 4 of these crayons are damaged. Suppose the child randomly selects 2 of the 16 caryons to use.(without replacement). Let X equal the number of damaged crayons selected. Calculate the probability that x= 0. Calculate the probability that x= 1. Calculate the probability that x= 2. Calculate the expected value of X. Calculate the variance of X. Calculate the variance of 5X - 27. In how many ways can 2 crayons be selected from 16 crayons where order does not matter? We pick 2 crayons. In how many ways can 1 be damaged and 1 not damaged.

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