
1.
John traveled from his house to the park and then to school every day. In a week, the distance traveled from his house to the park has a mean of {eq}25 \text{ km} {/eq}. And, the distance he traveled from the park to the school has a mean of {eq}32 \text{ km} {/eq}. What is the expected value of the total distance that he traveled in a week?

2.
Michael has two teams to mow his lawn. Team 1 mows at the mean of {eq}10000\text{ sq. ft}, {/eq} and team 2 mows at the mean of {eq}12000\text{ sq. ft} {/eq} within 5 hours. What is the expected value of the total square feet of lawn that mow by both teams?

3.
In the amusement park, the adult tickets sold have a mean of {eq}2230 {/eq}, and the children's tickets sold have a mean of {eq}1054 {/eq} in a month. Find the expected value of the total tickets that have been sold in a month.

4.
An ice cream machine can make two different flavors of ice cream at a time. It produces a mean of {eq}80 {/eq} cones of ice cream in one flavor and a mean of {eq}90 {/eq} cones of ice cream in another flavor in 6 hours. What is the excepted value of ice cream that the machine can make in both flavors in 6 hours?

5.
Mary goes shopping every weekend. This month, she bought clothes for a mean of {eq}\$200 {/eq} and other cosmetics at a mean of {eq}\$800 {/eq}. Determine the expected value of her total purchase in a month.

6.
In a mill, the mean of grinding grains is {eq}30\text{ tons} {/eq} in the day shift, and the mean of grinding grains is {eq}20\text{ tons} {/eq} in the night shift. Determine the mean value of the total grinding of grains per day.

7.
The mean of people buying sweet popcorns is {eq}900, {/eq} and the mean of people buying savory popcorns is {eq}1350 {/eq}. Determine the excepted value of both popcorns.

8.
A baker who bakes {eq}50 {/eq} cupcakes in chocolate and pistachio flavors. He spends money on preparing the chocolate cakes that has a mean of {eq}\$130 {/eq} and on preparing the pistachio cakes that has a mean of {eq}\$150 {/eq}. What is the expected value of money spent on both flavors of cake?

9.
In a vehicle showroom, the number of twowheelers sold in the first half of the month has a mean of {eq}67 {/eq} and in the second half of the month has a mean of {eq}31 {/eq}. What is the expected value of the number of twowheelers sold in a month?

10.
There are 5 houses in a building. The cost of painting the interiors of the houses has a mean of {eq}\$620 {/eq} and the exterior of the houses has a mean of {eq}\$450 {/eq}. What is the mean value of the total expense of painting the entire house?

11.
Mary bakes chocolate chip cookies and macaron cookies for a total of {eq}25 {/eq} cookies. She spends a mean of {eq}\$14.3 {/eq} for chocolate chip cookies and a mean {eq}\$25.6 {/eq} for macaron cookies. What is the expected value of money that she spent on both types of cookies?

12.
There are five screens in the theater. The revenue from the morning show has a mean of {eq}\$ 1725, {/eq} and the revenue from the night show has a mean of {eq}\$ 2250. {/eq} Calculate the expected value of the total revenue from both shows in a day.

13.
A delivery boy who delivers packages has a mean of {eq}81 {/eq} in the morning and has a mean of {eq}26 {/eq} in the afternoon. What is the expected value of the total packages that he delivered in a day?

14.
The mean of selling veg pizzas is {eq}35, {/eq} and the mean of selling nonveg pizzas is {eq}45. {/eq} Calculate the total mean value for both pizzas.

15.
Rackie spends a mean of {eq}\$ 53 {/eq} for his indoor garden and a mean {eq}\$ 73 {/eq} for his outdoor garden. What is the expected value of money that he spent on the entire garden work?

16.
Jack owns both vegetarian and nonvegetarian hotels. His weekly earning from the vegetarian hotel has a mean of {eq}\$2780, {/eq} and his weekly earning from the nonvegetarian hotel has a mean of {eq}\$3950. {/eq} How do you find the total mean value of his weekly earnings from both hotels?

17.
Jim has invested his money in stock {eq}A {/eq} and stock {eq}B. {/eq} After a month, he earns money from stock {eq}A {/eq} has a mean of {eq}\$ 350, {/eq} and he earns money from stock {eq}B {/eq} has a mean of {eq}\$ 600. {/eq} How much is the expected value of total earnings from both stocks?

18.
An old man is selling handbags and back bags. His monthly earnings from selling handbags has a mean of {eq}\$ 147, {/eq} and selling back bags has a mean of {eq}\$ 234. {/eq} Calculate the total expected value of his monthly earnings.

19.
In a class test, the mean score of the boys is {eq}18, {/eq} and the mean score of the girls is {eq}27. {/eq} Find the expected value of the total score of the students.

20.
In a school, the students who like to play indoor games has a mean score of {eq}185.8, {/eq} and the students who like to play outdoor games has a mean score of {eq}279.3. {/eq} Find the expected value of the total score of the students.

21.
A woman is selling smallsize and largesize pizzas. Her monthly earnings from selling smallsize pizzas has a mean of {eq}49, {/eq} and selling largersize pizza has a mean of {eq}94 {/eq}. Find the expected value of the total of her monthly earnings.

22.
From first grade to eighth grade, the number of girls studying in each class has a mean of {eq}500 {/eq}, and the number of boys studying in each class has a mean of {eq}700 {/eq}. Calculate the expected value of the total students studying in first grade to eighth grade.

23.
Leena owns two different shops. Her monthly earning from one shop has a mean of {eq}\$2250 {/eq} and her monthly earning from another shop has a mean of {eq}\$1200 {/eq}. What is the mean of her total monthly earnings?

24.
In a showroom, in a month, the number of twowheelers sold has a mean of {eq}100 {/eq} and the number of fourwheelers sold has a mean of {eq}300 {/eq}. Calculate the expected value of the total vehicles sold in a month?

25.
Given that the random variable {eq}x {/eq} has a mean of {eq}11.48 {/eq}, and the variable {eq}y {/eq} has a mean of {eq}16.52 {/eq}. Calculate the mean value of the sum of both random variables.

26.
Suppose {eq}x {/eq} and {eq}y {/eq} are two random variables in a sample. The variable {eq}x {/eq} has a mean of {eq}163 {/eq}, and the variable {eq}y {/eq} has a mean of {eq}111 {/eq}. Calculate the total expected value of the sum of two random variables?

27.
Consider that {eq}x {/eq} and {eq}y {/eq} are random variables in a sample. The mean value of the random variable {eq}x {/eq} is {eq}340, {/eq} and the random variable {eq}y {/eq} is {eq}430 {/eq}. Determine the total mean value of the sum of two variables?

28.
The mean of selling the number of hot drinks is {eq}63, {/eq} and the mean of selling the number of cold drinks is {eq}76. {/eq} Determine the expected value of both drinks.

29.
A man is baking white and dark chocolates. He bakes white chocolates that have a mean of {eq}30.5 {/eq}, and dark chocolates that have a mean of {eq}88.2 {/eq} in a couple of weeks. Find the expected value of the total chocolates that he was baking in a couple of weeks.

30.
For a week, the number of twowheelers crossing the toll road has a mean of {eq}750, {/eq} and the number of fourwheelers crossing the toll road has a mean of {eq}950 {/eq}. Calculate the expected value of both vehicles crossing the toll road in a week?