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Thirty percent of adults strongly believe the news from social media. You randomly select five adults. Find the probability that the number of adults who strongly believe the news from social media is less than three.

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0.132

0.163

0.837

0.969

Thirty percent of adults strongly believe the news from social media. You randomly select ten adults. Find the probability that the number of adults who strongly believe the news from social media is at most seven.

Group of answer choices

0.001

0.998

0

1

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Sixty three percent of adults’ trust newspapers to present news
fairly. You randomly select 9 adults. Find the probability that the
number of adults who trust newspapers to present the news fairly is
exactly 5. (Do not round values and show all work)

In a typical day, 61% of U.S. adults go online to get news. You
randomly select five U.S. adults. Find the probability that the
number of U.S. adults who say they go online to get news is
a) Exactly 2.
b)At least two.
c)More than two

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college graduates. You randomly select 50 workers and ask them is
he or she is a college graduate. Find the probability that less
than 18 workers are college graduate

Eighty dash four percent of adults in a certain country believe
that life on other planets is plausible. You randomly select five
adults and ask them whether they believe that life on other planets
is plausible. The random variable represents the number of adults
who believe that life on other planets is plausible.
Find the mean, variance, and standard deviation of the binomial
distribution for the random variable. Interpret the results.
Find the mean of the binomial distribution. (Round to...

59% of U.S. adults have very little confidence in newspapers.
You randomly select 10 U.S. adults. Find the probability that the
number of U.S. adults who have very little confidence in newspapers
is (a) exactly five, (b) at least six, and (c) less than
four.

66% of U.S. adults have very little confidence in newspapers.
You randomly select 10 U.S. adults. Find the probability that the
number of U.S. adults who have very little confidence in newspapers
is (a) exactly five, (b) at least six, and (c) less than
four.

47% of U.S. adults have very little confidence in newspapers.
You randomly select 10 U.S. adults. Find the probability that the
number of U.S. adults who have very little confidence in newspapers
is (a) exactly five, (b) at least six, and (c) less than
four.

56% of us adults have very little confidence in
newspaper. you randomly select 10 us adults. find the probability
that the number of us adults who have very little confidence in
newspaper is exactly five at least six and less than four.
a P(5) round to 3 decimal place

1. Fourteen percent of workers believe they will need
less than $250,000 when they retire. You randomly select 10 workers
and ask them how much money they think they will need for
retirement. Find the probability that the number of workers who say
they will need less than $250,000 when they retire is:
1. a) more than six.
b) between two and four, including two and four.

1. Fourteen percent of workers believe they will need
less than $250,000 when they retire. You randomly select 10 workers
and ask them how much money they think they will need for
retirement. Find the probability that the number of workers who say
they will need less than $250,000 when they retire is:
1. a) more than six.
b) between two and four, including two and four.

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