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Suppose 40 of recent college graduates plan on pursuing a

Suppose 40% of recent college graduates plan on pursuing a graduate degree. Fifteen recent college graduates are randomly selected.

a. What is the probability that no more than four of the college graduates plan to pursue a graduate degree?

b. What is the probability that exactly seven of the college graduates plan to pursue a graduate degree?

c. What is the probability that at least six but no more than nine of the college graduates plan to pursue a graduate degree?

a. What is the probability that no more than four of the college graduates plan to pursue a graduate degree?

b. What is the probability that exactly seven of the college graduates plan to pursue a graduate degree?

c. What is the probability that at least six but no more than nine of the college graduates plan to pursue a graduate degree?

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