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StatisticsQ&A LibrarySimulating Birthdaysa.Develop a simulation for finding the probability that when 50 people are randomly selected, at least 2 of them have the same birth date. Describe the simulation and estimate the probability.b. Develop a simulation for finding the probability that when 50 people are randomly selected, at least 3 of them have the same birth date. Describe the simulation and estimate the probability.Question

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Simulating Birthdays

a.Develop a simulation for finding the probability that when 50 people are randomly selected, at least 2 of them have the same birth date. Describe the simulation and estimate the probability.

b. Develop a simulation for finding the probability that when 50 people are randomly selected, at least 3 of them have the same birth date. Describe the simulation and estimate the probability.

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Step 2

a) Step-by-step software procedure to generate random numbers using EXCEL is as follows:

- Open an EXCEL file.
- In cell A1, enter the formula “=RANDBETWEEN (1,365)”
- Clicks ‘ENTER’.

Click and hold down the mouse button to drag the lower right corner of the cell A1, pull it down the column until 50 cells are highlighted. Repeat the procedure 5 times. Count the numbers that repeats at least twice.

The formula for probability of an event is as follows:

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