Question

In a survey of

12921292

people,

936936

people said they voted in a recent presidential election. Voting records show that

7070%

of eligible voters actually did vote. Given that

7070%

of eligible voters actually did vote, (a) find the probability that among

12921292

randomly selected voters, at least

936936

actually did vote. (b) What do the results from part (a) suggest?

(a)

P(Xgreater than or equals≥936936)equals=nothing

(Round to four decimal places as needed.)

(b) What does the result from part (a) suggest?

A.Some people are being less than honest because

P(xgreater than or equals≥936936)

is at least 1%.

B.People are being honest because the probability of

P(xgreater than or equals≥936936)

is at least 1%.

C.Some people are being less than honest because

P(xgreater than or equals≥936936)

is less than 5%.

D.People are being honest because the probability of

P(xgreater than or equals≥936936)

is less than 5%.

Answer #1

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