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Must use Rstudio to make functions for the answers described: stated in question. Does not have to be in extreme R language as I am a beginner.

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2. We next examine yet another game of chance - a card game. In a standard deck of playing cards, there are 52 cards, which can be broken down into 4 "suits" (hearts, diamonds, clubs, and spades) of 13 cards. Within each suit are cards numbered 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, and 10, plus 4 extras: a jack, a queen, a king, and an ace. The game involves randomly drawing a card from the deck. If the card you draw is numbered 2 through 5, you win \$1. If you draw a 6 through 10, you win \$2. If you draw a jack, you lose (i.e., you win \$0). If you draw a queen or king, you win \$5. If you draw an ace, you win \$20. a. (10 points) What is the maximum you are willing to pay for a chance to play? That is, what is the expected value of the game? zero skew? b. (20 points) Do you the payouts of this game to have a positive, negative, Write a sentence explaining your expectation. Use the expectation operators from class to compute the skewness statistic for this game. Does the sign of the skewness statistic confirm your expectation (i.e., += positive skew; -= negative skew)? c. (20 points) Use R to simulate this game. That is, you specify the number of times you want to play, and it generates the results of playing that number of times. Use the function to calculate the average gain per trial (i.e., the expected value) and skewness of the outcomes. Play the game 100,000 times. Does the expected value match what you calculated in (a)? Does the sign of the skewness match your expectation from (b)? Write a sentence or two discussing these results. 2

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