For Exercises 4 through 13, assume all variables are binomial. (Note: If values are not found in Table B of Appendix C, use the binomial formula.)Driving to Work Alone It is reported that 77% of workers aged 16 and over drive to work alone. Choose 8 workers at random. Find the probability that a. All drive to work alone b. More than one-half drive to work alone c. Exactly 3 drive to work alone

ST 512 Week 11 Notes MaLyn Lawhorn October 23, 2017 and October 25, 2017 Methods for Completing k Hypothesis Tests When Concerned with ▯ In general, when we are concerned with the Type I error (▯) associated with doing k hypothesis tests, our null and alternative hypotheses are of the form H 0 ▯ =j0 H 1 ▯ j 6...