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Refer to the Cell (May 14, 2010) study of the ability of a mouse to recognize the odor of a potential predator, Exercise. You learned that 40% of lab mice cells exposed to chemically produced major urinary proteins (Mups) from a cat responded positively (i.e., recognized the danger of the lurking predator). Again, consider a sample of 100 lab mice cells, each exposed to chemically produced cat Mups, and let x represent the number of cells that respond positively. How likely is it that less than half of the cells respond positively to cat Mups?
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Recall that the sources of these odors are typically major urinary proteins (Mups). In an experiment, 40% of lab mice cells exposed to chemically produced cat Mups responded positively (i.e., recognized the danger of the lurking predator). Consider a sample of 100 lab mice cells, each exposed to chemically produced cat Mups. Let x represent the number of cells that respond positively.


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