# Homework: Homework 8.5 - Probability Distribution; ExpectedScore: 0 of 1 pt1 of 6 (0 complete)HW Score: 0%, 08.5.19Question HelSuppose three balls are drawn (with replacement) from a bag that contains 6 white balls and 2 blue balls. The number of blue balls is counted Complete parts (a(b) below.(a) Dotermine the histogram for the number of blue balls in the sample.Choose the correct histogram belowA.O D.Px)P(x)0.50 1 2 3(b) What is the expected number of blue balls in the sample?(Round to two decimal places as needed )Enter your answer in the answer box and then click Check AnswerClear AllChack Answer

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71 views help_outlineImage TranscriptioncloseHomework: Homework 8.5 - Probability Distribution; Expected Score: 0 of 1 pt 1 of 6 (0 complete) HW Score: 0%, 0 8.5.19 Question Hel Suppose three balls are drawn (with replacement) from a bag that contains 6 white balls and 2 blue balls. The number of blue balls is counted Complete parts (a (b) below. (a) Dotermine the histogram for the number of blue balls in the sample. Choose the correct histogram below A. O D. Px) P(x) 0.5 0 1 2 3 (b) What is the expected number of blue balls in the sample? (Round to two decimal places as needed ) Enter your answer in the answer box and then click Check Answer Clear All Chack Answer fullscreen
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Step 1

Given:

The total number of balls= 6 (white balls) + 2(blue balls)= 8 balls.

Number of balls can be drawn with replacement is n = 3

Total number of blue balls = 2

Step 2

Concept Used:

Probability Distribution: It is a table that assgin a probability to each of the possible outcomes of a random experiment.

Binomial Distribution: It occur when the event consists of the n repeated trials and the outcones of each trials may or may not occur.

Step 3

Calculation:

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