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mom walks into her child's room and finds clothes all over the floor..20% are clean..she randomly picks up 5 articles of clothing..1 out of 5 are clean..what is the standard deviation and the what is the distribution ....statistics

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**Solution:**

**Given that,**

Mom walks into her child's room and finds clothes all over the floor..20% are clean.

She randomly picks up 5 articles of clothing..1 out of 5 are clean.

This example follows Binomial distribution.

And, Standard deviation of binomial distribution is given by,

**Here, n = 5 and p = 20% = 0.20**

**So, Standard deviation is given by,**

**So, Standard deviation = 0.8944**

**and distribution is BINOMIAL DISTRIBUTION.**

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