The american housing survey reported the following data on the number of bedrooms in owner-occupied and renter occupied houses in central cities, March 31, 2003): Number of Houses (1000s) Bedrooms Renter-Occupied Owner-Occupied 0 547 23 1 5012 541 2 6100 3832 3 2644 8690 4 or more 557 3783 A) Define a random variable x= number of bedrooms in renter-occupied houses and develop a probability distribution for random variable. (Let x = 4 represent 4 or more bedrooms). B) Compute the expected value and variance for the number of bedrooms in renter occupied houses. C) Define a random variable y= number of bedrooms in owner occupied houses and develop[ a probability distribution for the random variable. (Let y= 4 represent 4 or bedrooms.) D) Compute the expected value and variance for the number of bedrooms in owner- houses..