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Suppose that the probability is 0 63 that a car stolen

Suppose that the probability is 0.63 that a car stolen in a certain Western city will be recovered. Use the computer printout of Figure 5.1 to find the probability that at least 8 of 10 cars stolen in this city will be recovered, using

(a) The values in the P(X = K) column;

(b) The values in the P(X LESS OR = K) column.

Figure 5.1

MTB > BINOMIAL N = 1ϕ P = ϕ,63

BINOMIAL PROBABILITIES FOR N = 1ϕ AND P = .63ϕϕϕϕ

(a) The values in the P(X = K) column;

(b) The values in the P(X LESS OR = K) column.

Figure 5.1

MTB > BINOMIAL N = 1ϕ P = ϕ,63

BINOMIAL PROBABILITIES FOR N = 1ϕ AND P = .63ϕϕϕϕ

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