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A survey showed that 79% of adults need correction (eyeglasses, contacts, surgery, etc.) for their eyesight. If 11 adults are randomly selected, find the probability that no more than 1 of them need correction for their eyesight. Is 1 a significantly low number of adults requiring eyesight correction?

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A survey showed that 72% of adults need correction
(eyeglasses, contacts, surgery, etc.) for their eyesight. If
18 adults are randomly selected, find the probability that no
more than 1 of them need correction for their eyesight. Is 1 a
significantly low number of adults requiring eyesight
correction?

A survey showed that 72% of adults need correction
(eyeglasses, contacts, surgery, etc.) for their eyesight. If 19
adults are randomly selected, find the probability that no more
than 1 of them need correction for their eyesight. Is 1 a
significantly low number of adults requiring eyesight
correction?
The probability that no more than 1 of the 19 adults require
eyesight correction is ____

A survey showed that 79% of adults need correction
(eyeglasses, contacts, surgery, etc.) for their eyesight. If 15
adults are randomly selected, find the probability that at least
14 of them need correction for their eyesight. Is 14 a
significantly high number of adults requiring eyesight
correction?
The probability that at least 14 of the 15 adults require
eyesight correction is___ (Round to three decimal places as
needed.)

A survey showed that 84% of adults need correction
(eyeglasses, contacts, surgery, etc.) for their eyesight. If 22
adults are randomly selected, find the probability that no more
than 1 of them need correction for their eyesight. Is 1 a
significantly low number of adults requiring eyesight correction?
The probability that no more than 1 of the 22 adults require
eyesight correction is nothing. (Round to three decimal places as
needed.)

A survey showed that 80% of adults need correction
(eyeglasses, contacts, surgery, etc.) for their eyesight. If 15
adults are randomly selected, find the probability that at least
14 of them need correction for their eyesight. Is 14 a
significantly high number of adults requiring eyesight
correction?

A survey showed that 81% of adults need correction
(eyeglasses, contacts, surgery, etc.) for their eyesight. If 9
adults are randomly selected, find the probability that at least 8
of them need correction for their eyesight. Is 8 a significantly
high number of adults requiring eyesight correction?
The probability that at least 8 of the 9 adults require eyesight
correction is_____
(Round to three decimal places as needed.)
.

A
survey that 83% of aldilts need correction ( eyeglasses, contacts,
surgery, etc.) for their eyesight. if 15 adults are randomly
selected, find the probability that at least 14 of them need
correction for their eyesight. is 14 a significantly high number of
adults requiring eyesight correction?

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