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Data from the Federal Bureau of Investigation show that 1 of every 184 motor vehicles was stolen during 2003. Applying this statistic to 5 motor vehicles randomly selected from the nation’s vehicle population:
a. What is the probability that none of the 5 motor vehicles will be stolen?
b. What is the probability that all 5 motor vehicles will be stolen?
c. How many possibilities exist in which 2 of the 5 motor vehicles are stolen?


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