According to a survey, 10% of Americans are afraid to fly. Suppose n=1049n=1049 Americans are sampled. While computing standard deviation, use either at least 6 places or even better is to use the exact value. What is the probability percentage that 121 or more Americans in the survey are afraid to fly? Round the percent to two decimal places.  What is the probability percentage that between 101 and 165 (inclusive) Americans in the survey are afraid to fly? Round the percent to two decimal places.  What is the probability percentage that 8% or more of the Americans surveyed answered they were afraid to fly? Round the percent to two decimal places.

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According to a survey, 10% of Americans are afraid to fly. Suppose n=1049n=1049 Americans are sampled. While computing standard deviation, use either at least 6 places or even better is to use the exact value.

  1. What is the probability percentage that 121 or more Americans in the survey are afraid to fly? Round the percent to two decimal places. 

  2. What is the probability percentage that between 101 and 165 (inclusive) Americans in the survey are afraid to fly? Round the percent to two decimal places. 

  3. What is the probability percentage that 8% or more of the Americans surveyed answered they were afraid to fly? Round the percent to two decimal places

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