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A doctor knows that the medical test for a certain health condition gives accurate resSults 80% of the time.
Find the probability that if 5 of these tests are randomly selected, at least one of them is accurate.

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A doctor knows that the medical test for a certain health condition gives accurate resSults 80% of the time. Find the probability that if 5 of these tests are randomly selected, at least one of them is accurate.

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