A recent poll by the American Automobile Club found that 74.5% of those surveyed are worried about aggressive drivers on the road. If three people are selected at random, what is the probability that (Show how you get these either by formula or calculator) 4.) none will be worried about aggressive drivers on the road?5.) one will be worried about aggressive drivers on the road?6.) all will be worried about aggressive drivers on the road?7.) two will be worried about aggressive drivers on the road?8.) at least one will be worried about aggressive drivers on the road? 9.) at most two will be worried about aggressive drivers on the road?

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A recent poll by the American Automobile Club found that 74.5% of those surveyed are worried about aggressive drivers on the road. If three people are selected at random, what is the probability that (Show how you get these either by formula or calculator)

4.) none will be worried about aggressive drivers on the road?
5.) one will be worried about aggressive drivers on the road?
6.) all will be worried about aggressive drivers on the road?
7.) two will be worried about aggressive drivers on the road?
8.) at least one will be worried about aggressive drivers on the road? 9.) at most two will be worried about aggressive drivers on the road?

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