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Demonstrates calculating a binomial probability along with a visual interpretation

Demonstrates calculating a binomial probability along with a visual interpretation. Suppose that you are in a class of 30 students and it is assumed that approximately

11% of the population is left-handed. Inputting and p _ 0.11 compute the following:

a. The probability that exactly five students are left-handed

b. The probability that at most four students are left-handed

c. The probability that at least six students are left-handed

11% of the population is left-handed. Inputting and p _ 0.11 compute the following:

a. The probability that exactly five students are left-handed

b. The probability that at most four students are left-handed

c. The probability that at least six students are left-handed

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