If a thumbtack is dropped, the probability of it landing point-up is 0.3. If 10 tacks

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Problem 31

If a thumbtack is dropped, the probability of it landing point-up is 0.3. If 10 tacks are dropped, find each probability. 31. P(at least 8 points up)

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Textbook: College Physics, Volume 1
Edition: 10
Author: Raymond A. Serway, Chris Vuille
ISBN: 9781285737034

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