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# Solution: Using the Binomial Probability Table. In

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Problem  19BSC

Using the Binomial Probability Table. In Exercises, assume that random guesses are made for five multiple-choice questions on an ACT test, so that there are n = 5 trials, each with probability of success (correct) given by p = 0.20. Use the Binomial Probability table (Table A-1) to find the indicated probability for the number of correct answers.

Find the probability of no correct answers.

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= 0.328

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