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uring a marketing study, each of 136 college students selected showroom displays for portable grills. Five different displays (representing five different-sized grills) were available, but the students were instructed to select only three displays in order to maximize purchases of Grill #2 (a smaller grill).The table that follows shows the grill display combinations and number of each selected by the 136136 students. Suppose 1 of the 136 students is selected at random. Let x represent the sum of the grill numbers selected by that student. Complete parts a and b. JA: The Math Tutor can help you get an A on your homework or ace your next test. Is there anything else important you think the Math Tutor should know? Customer: what