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# Let Y equal the sum of n = 100 Bernoulli trials.That is, Y

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Problem 16E

Let Y equal the sum of n = 100 Bernoulli trials.

That is, Y is b(100, p). For each of (i) p = 0.1, (ii) p = 0.5, and (iii) p = 0.8,

(a) Draw the approximating normal pdfs, all on the same graph.

(b) Find P( |Y/100 − p| ≤ 0.015), approximately.

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