Based on a​ survey, assume that 26​%of consumers are comfortable having drones deliver their purchases. Suppose that we want to find the probability that when five consumers are randomly​ selected, exactly two of them are comfortable with delivery by drones. Identify the values of​ n, x,​ p, and q.

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Based on a​ survey, assume that 26​%of consumers are comfortable having drones deliver their purchases. Suppose that we want to find the probability that when five consumers are randomly​ selected, exactly two of them are comfortable with delivery by drones. Identify the values of​ n, x,​ p, and q.

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Step 1

From the given information,

26% of consumers comfortable having drones deliver their purchases.

That means probability of consumers comfortable having drones, P=26%=0.26

                                                                                               Then, q=1-P

                                                                                                           =1-0.26

                                                                                                           =0.74

Step 2

Number of consumers, n=5

And, exactly two of them are ...

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