# Question

Fifty three percent of all persons in the U.S. population have at least some college education. Choose 10 persons at random. Find the probability that

a. Exactly one-half have some college education 0.242

b. At least 5 do not have any college education 0.547

c. Fewer than 5 have some college education 0.306

Assume all variables are binomial.

a. Exactly one-half have some college education 0.242

b. At least 5 do not have any college education 0.547

c. Fewer than 5 have some college education 0.306

Assume all variables are binomial.

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