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1. You are performing 5 independent Bernoulli trials with
*p* = 0.3 and *q* = 0.7. Calculate the probability of
the stated outcome. Check your answer using technology. (Round your
answer to four decimal places.)

Two successes

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2. You are performing 5 independent Bernoulli trials with
*p* = 0.4 and *q* = 0.6. Calculate the probability of
the stated outcome. Check your answer using technology. (Round your
answer to four decimal places.)

Three successes

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3. You are performing 3 independent Bernoulli trials with
*p* = 0.2 and *q* = 0.8. Calculate the probability of
the stated outcome. Check your answer using technology. (Round your
answer to four decimal places.)

No successes

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4. You are performing 6 independent Bernoulli trials with
*p* = 0.1 and *q* = 0.9. Calculate the probability of
the stated outcome. Check your answer using technology. (Round your
answer to five decimal places.)

At least three successes

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5. You are performing 4 independent Bernoulli trials with
*p* = 0.2 and *q* = 0.8. Calculate the probability of
the stated outcome. Check your answer using technology. (Round your
answer to five decimal places.)

No failures

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Answer #1

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Answer of question no. 1 is 0.3087( up to four decimal place)

You are performing 7 independent Bernoulli trials with p = 0.3
and q = 0.7. Calculate the probability of the stated outcome. Check
your answer using technology. (Round your answer to five decimal
places.) At least three successes P(X ≥ 3) =

You are performing 5 independent Bernoulli trials with p = 0.1
and q = 0.9. Calculate the probability of the stated outcome. Check
your answer using technology. (Round your answer to five decimal
places.) At least three successes P(X ≥ 3) =

You conduct 24 Bernoulli trials with probability 0.65 of
success. What is the probability that you will obtain exactly 11 or
fewer successes? Round your answer to three decimal places. even if
the third decimal place is a 0.

Let the probability of success on a Bernoulli trial be 0.21. a.
In seven Bernoulli trials, what is the probability that there will
be 6 failures? (Do not round intermediate calculations. Round your
final answer to 4 decimal places.) b. In seven Bernoulli trials,
what is the probability that there will be more than the expected
number of failures? (Do not round intermediate calculations. Round
your final answer to 4 decimal places.)

Match the distribution to the description
Group of answer choices
Bernoulli
Binomial
Geometric
Negative Binomial
Poisson
Counting the number of occurrences of an event in a continuous
interval
the sum of n independent bernoulli trials
given a series of independent bernoulli trials, stop when you
get r successes (where r can be any positive integer)
given a series of independent bernoulli trials, stop when you
get the first success ...

Parts A-C:
A)Let X be the number of successes in five independent
trials of a binomial experiment in which the probability of success
is
p = 3/5
Find the following probabilities. (Round your answers to four
decimal places.).
(1) P(X
= 4) _________
(2) P(2 ≤
X ≤ 4)_________
B) Suppose X is a normal random variable with
μ = 500 and σ = 72. Find the values of the
following probabilities. (Round your answers to four decimal
places.)
(1) P(X <
750)___________...

In the exercise, X is a binomial variable with
n = 7 and p = 0.3. Compute the given probability.
Check your answer using technology. HINT [See Example 2.] (Round
your answer to five decimal places.)
P(3 ≤ X ≤ 5)

Suppose we have a binomial distribution with n trials
and probability of success p. The random variable
r is the number of successes in the n trials, and
the random variable representing the proportion of successes is
p̂ = r/n.
(a) n = 44; p = 0.53; Compute P(0.30
≤ p̂ ≤ 0.45). (Round your answer to four decimal
places.)
(b) n = 36; p = 0.29; Compute the probability
that p̂ will exceed 0.35. (Round your answer to four...

In the exercise, X is a binomial variable with
n = 7 and p = 0.3. Compute the given probability.
Check your answer using technology. HINT [See Example 2.] (Round
your answer to five decimal places.)
P(X = 5)

In the binomial probability distribution, let the number of
trials be n = 3, and let the probability of success be p = 0.3742.
Use a calculator to compute the following.
(a) The probability of two successes. (Round your answer to
three decimal places.)
(b) The probability of three successes. (Round your answer to
three decimal places.)
(c) The probability of two or three successes. (Round your
answer to three decimal places.)

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