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Notes Over 12.6 Finding a Binomial Probability 1. An automobile safety engineer claims that 10% of automobile accidents are due to driver fatigue. Suppose you randomly surveyed 6 people who had been in an accident. What is the probability that exactly 3 of them were due to driver fatigue?

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Notes Over 12.6 Finding a Binomial Probability 2. The probability that a stolen car will be recovered is 63%. Find the probability that exactly 4 of 5 stolen cars will be recovered?

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Notes Over 12.6Constructing a Binomial Distribution 3. Draw a histogram of the binomial distribution in Exercise 1. Find the probability that at most 3 of the accidents were due to driver fatigue.

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Notes Over 12.6 Constructing a Binomial Distribution 3. Draw a histogram of the binomial distribution in Exercise 1. Find the probability that at most 3 of the accidents were due to driver fatigue

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Notes Over 12.6 Constructing a Binomial Distribution 4. Draw a histogram of the binomial distribution in Exercise 2. Find the probability that at least 2 of the stolen cars will be recovered.

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Notes Over 12.6 Constructing a Binomial Distribution 4. Draw a histogram of the binomial distribution in Exercise 2. Find the probability that at least 2 of the stolen cars will be recovered

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