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in a true or false assignment of six questions you obliged to get at least four correct to pass. if you guess the answer to the question ,what are the probabilities that you get no more than two correct

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It is given that the number of questions is 6 and each question having two possibilities one is true and another one is false.

Consider that X is a random variable defined...

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p
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Thus, for 6 six questions
P(Xx)C,p' (1-p))
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1 p 2 Thus, for 6 six questions P(Xx)C,p' (1-p))

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