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With reference to Exercise 5 45 and the computer printout of

With reference to Exercise 5.45 and the computer printout of Figure 5.1, find the probability that among 10 cars stolen in the given city anywhere from 3 to 5 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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