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Reconsider the previous problem and answer each part but assume

Reconsider the previous problem and answer each part, but assume that 1,000 people will vote. (The probability for each one remains unchanged.)

a. Identify n and π for this binomial random variable.

b. Find the mean and standard deviation of the number who will vote to strike.

c. Find the (approximate) probability that a strike will result (i.e., that a majority will vote to strike).

a. Identify n and π for this binomial random variable.

b. Find the mean and standard deviation of the number who will vote to strike.

c. Find the (approximate) probability that a strike will result (i.e., that a majority will vote to strike).

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