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A bowl contains two red and three black marbles. A marble is randomly selected, its color
noted, and returned to the bowl. Let "success" be selecting a red marble. Use the binomial
probability formula to find the chance of selecting three red marbles in eight draws.

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A bowl contains two red and three black marbles. A marble is randomly selected, its color noted, and returned to the bowl. Let "success" be selecting a red marble. Use the binomial probability formula to find the chance of selecting three red marbles in eight draws.

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