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Asked Oct 15, 2019

Hello, I am studying for an exam. I'm not sure how to tackle this problem and I cant find any examples in my textbook or notes. Any help would be awesome. Thank you.

Sample question 14 is the one I am seeking clarification on.

Step 1

Consider a random variable *X* which, follows binomial distribution, indicates the number of couples who are planning destination weddings.

According to the provided data, the number of trials, *n* is 12 and the probability, *p* of planning destination weddings is 0.26.

The binomial distribution formula is used here,

Step 2

a. The probability of exactly 6 couples will have a destination wedding is,

Step 3

b. The probability of at least 6 couples w...

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