Identifying Binomial Distributions. In Exercises 5–12, determine whether the given procedure results in a binomial distribution (or a distribution that can be treated as binomial). For those that are not binomial, identify at least one requirement that is not satisfied.Investigating Dates In a survey sponsored by TGI Friday’s, 1000 different adult respondents were randomly selected without replacement, and each was asked if they investigate dates on social media before meeting them. Responses consist of “yes” or “no.”

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Identifying Binomial Distributions. In Exercises 5–12, determine whether the given procedure results in a binomial distribution (or a distribution that can be treated as binomial). For those that are not binomial, identify at least one requirement that is not satisfied.

Investigating Dates In a survey sponsored by TGI Friday’s, 1000 different adult respondents were randomly selected without replacement, and each was asked if they investigate dates on social media before meeting them. Responses consist of “yes” or “no.”

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Requirements:

The given procedure follows binomial distribution if it satisfies the below requirements:

  1. There are a fixed number of trials (n).
  2. Each trial must be independent of each o...

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