A child is observing squirrels in the park and notices that some are black and some are gray. For the next five squirrels she sees, she counts X= numb

A child is observing squirrels in the park and notices that some are black and some are gray. For the next five squirrels she sees, she counts X= number of black squirrels. Suppose X is a binomial random variable with n = 5 and P = .5. What is the VARIANCE for the number of black squirrels she will see, V(X)?

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