# Identify the proper distribution to use and then use it to find the indicated probability.   Note if any of the events could be termed “unusual.”Sixty-eight percent of adults would still consider a car brand despite product/safety recalls. You randomly select 20 adults.  Find the probability that the number of adults that would still consider a car brand despite product/safety recalls is at most one.Distribution type: ________________   Probability: ________________

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Identify the proper distribution to use and then use it to find the indicated probability.   Note if any of the events could be termed “unusual.”

Sixty-eight percent of adults would still consider a car brand despite product/safety recalls. You randomly select 20 adults.  Find the probability that the number of adults that would still consider a car brand despite product/safety recalls is at most one.

Distribution type: ________________   Probability: ________________

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Suppose the outcomes of every single trial of an experiment can be of two types- success and failure, with a predefined, fixed probability of success, p. If X is a random variable that denotes the number of successes in n trials, then X has a Binomial distribution with parameters n and p, and probability m...

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