Vitamin D is essential for strong, healthy bones. Although the bone disease rickets was largely eliminated in England during the 1950s, some people there are concerned that this generation of children is at increased risk because they are more likely to watch TV or play computer games than spend time outdoors. Recent research indicated that about 20% of British children are deficient in vitamin D. A company that sells vitamin D supplements tests 320 elementary school children in one area of the country. Use a Normal approximation to find the probability that no more than 50 of them have vitamin D deficiency.

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