Asked Oct 16, 2019

High blood pressure- Twenty percent of Americans ages 25 to 74 have high blood pressure. If 16 randomly selected Americans ages 25 to 74 are selected, find each probability.

b. one-half will have high blood pressure.


please give answer explanation step by step please.


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b. Binomial distribution:

Since there are only two outcomes (having blood pressure and not having blood pressure), the...


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P(X x) "Cpq where, n is the mumber of trials n n-x p is the probability of success, and q is the probability of failure


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