Probability DistributionsConstructing and Graphing Binomial Distributions In Exercises27-30, (a) construct a binomial distribution, (b) graph the binomial distributionusing a histogram and describe its shape, and (c) identify any values of the randomvariable x that you would consider unusual. Explain your reasoning.27. Working Mothers Forty-nine percent of working mothers do not haveenough money to cover their health insurance deductibles. You randomlyselect seven working mothers and ask them whether they have enoughmoney to cover their health insurance deductibles. The random variablerepresents the number of working mothers who do not have enough moneyto cover their health insurance deductibles. (Source: Aflac)28. Workplace Cleanliness Fifty-seven percent of employees judge their peersby the cleanliness of their workspaces. You randomly select 10 employe esand ask them whether they judge their peers by the cleanliness of theirworkspaces. The random variable represents the number of employees whojudge their peers by the cleanliness of their workspaces. (Source: Adecco)29. Living to Age 100 Seventy-seven percent of adults want to live to age 100.You randomly select five adults and ask them whether they want to live toage 100. The random variable represents the number of adults who

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Probability Distributions
Constructing and Graphing Binomial Distributions In Exercises
27-30, (a) construct a binomial distribution, (b) graph the binomial distribution
using a histogram and describe its shape, and (c) identify any values of the random
variable x that you would consider unusual. Explain your reasoning.
27. Working Mothers Forty-nine percent of working mothers do not have
enough money to cover their health insurance deductibles. You randomly
select seven working mothers and ask them whether they have enough
money to cover their health insurance deductibles. The random variable
represents the number of working mothers who do not have enough money
to cover their health insurance deductibles. (Source: Aflac)
28. Workplace Cleanliness Fifty-seven percent of employees judge their peers
by the cleanliness of their workspaces. You randomly select 10 employe es
and ask them whether they judge their peers by the cleanliness of their
workspaces. The random variable represents the number of employees who
judge their peers by the cleanliness of their workspaces. (Source: Adecco)
29. Living to Age 100 Seventy-seven percent of adults want to live to age 100.
You randomly select five adults and ask them whether they want to live to
age 100. The random variable represents the number of adults who
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Probability Distributions Constructing and Graphing Binomial Distributions In Exercises 27-30, (a) construct a binomial distribution, (b) graph the binomial distribution using a histogram and describe its shape, and (c) identify any values of the random variable x that you would consider unusual. Explain your reasoning. 27. Working Mothers Forty-nine percent of working mothers do not have enough money to cover their health insurance deductibles. You randomly select seven working mothers and ask them whether they have enough money to cover their health insurance deductibles. The random variable represents the number of working mothers who do not have enough money to cover their health insurance deductibles. (Source: Aflac) 28. Workplace Cleanliness Fifty-seven percent of employees judge their peers by the cleanliness of their workspaces. You randomly select 10 employe es and ask them whether they judge their peers by the cleanliness of their workspaces. The random variable represents the number of employees who judge their peers by the cleanliness of their workspaces. (Source: Adecco) 29. Living to Age 100 Seventy-seven percent of adults want to live to age 100. You randomly select five adults and ask them whether they want to live to age 100. The random variable represents the number of adults who

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