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StatisticsQ&A LibraryIn the binomial probability distribution, let the number of trials be n = 4, and let the probability of success be p = 0.4417. Use a calculator to compute the following.(a) The probability of three successes. (Round your answer to three decimal places.)(c) The probability of three or four successes. (Round your answer to three decimal places.)Question

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In the binomial probability distribution, let the number of trials be n = 4, and let the probability of success be p = 0.4417. Use a calculator to compute the following.

(a) The probability of three successes. (Round your answer to three decimal places.)

(c) The probability of three or four successes. (Round your answer to three decimal places.)

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Step 1

Solution: We are given the binomial distribution has the following features:

Step 2

a) The probability of three successes.

Let x be the number of successes. Then we have to find:

Step 3

The steps to be followed in TI-84 calculator are:

Press 2nd and then press VARS

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