Eighty-eight percent of U.S. civilian full-time employees have access to medical care benefits. You randomly select nine civilian full-time employees. Find the probability that the number of civilian full-time employees who have access to medical care benefits is (a) Exactly six, (b) At least six, and (c) More than six. Find the indicated binomial probabilities. If convenient, use technology or

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Eighty-eight percent of U.S. civilian full-time employees have access to medical care benefits. You randomly select nine civilian full-time employees. Find the probability that the number of civilian full-time employees who have access to medical care benefits is 

(a) Exactly six, 

(b) At least six, and

(c) More than six.


Find the indicated binomial probabilities. If convenient, use technology or Table 2 in Appendix B.

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