Find the indicated probabilities using the geometric distribution, the Poisson distribution, or the binomial distribution. Then determine if the events are unusual. If convenient, use the appropriateprobability table or technology to find the probabilities.A football player completes a pass 65.2% of the time. Find the probability that (a) the first pass he completes is the second pass, (b) the first pass he completes is the first or second pass, and(c) he does not complete his first two passes.(a) P(the first pass he completes is the second pass) =(Round to three decimal places as needed.)(b) P(the first pass he completes is the first or second pass) =|%3DEycle(Round to three decimal places as needed.)4/19(c) P(he does not complete his first two passes)%3D%3D(Round to three decimal places as needed.)Which of the events are unusual? Select all that apply.A. The event in part (a), P(the first pass he completes is the second pass), is unusual.B. The event in part (b), P(the first pass he completes is the first or second pass), is unusual.OC. The event in part (c), P(he does not complete his first two passes), is unusual.D. None of the events are unusual.Click to select your answer(s).DECtv13MacBook ProDDDIIescF12F10F11F9F8F6F7F5F2F3F1F4&23%24!9-015.87.1

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