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It is commonly known that approximately 10% of the population is left handed. Nike Golf would like to estimate the proportion of left handed golfers in order to plan the schedule of golf club production. Assume Nike collected a sample of 200 golfers.
a. What is the probability that more than 12% of the golfers in the sample are left handed?
b. What is the probability that less than 14% of the golfers in the sample are left handed?
c. What is the probability that between 6% and 9% of the golfers in the sample are left handed?
d. Suppose the sample that Nike collected had nine left handed golfers. What conclusions should Nike draw about the population of left handed golfers?


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