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Mathematics
Statistics
Let N 16 r 10 and n
Let N 16 r 10 and n
Let N = 16, r = 10, and n = 5. Using the hypergeometric probability distribution formula, find
a. P(x = 5)
b. P(x = 0)
c. P(x < 1)
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