The one-time fling! Have you ever purchased an article of clothing (dress, sports jacket, etc.), worn the item once to a party, and then returned the purchase? This is called a one-time fling. About 15% of all adults deliberately do a one-time fling and feel no guilt about it! In a group of six adult friends, what is the probability of the following? (Round your answers to three decimal places.)(a) no one has done a one-time fling(b) at least one person has done a one-time fling(c) no more than two people have done a one-time fling

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The one-time fling! Have you ever purchased an article of clothing (dress, sports jacket, etc.), worn the item once to a party, and then returned the purchase? This is called a one-time fling. About 15% of all adults deliberately do a one-time fling and feel no guilt about it! In a group of six adult friends, what is the probability of the following? (Round your answers to three decimal places.)

(a) no one has done a one-time fling


(b) at least one person has done a one-time fling


(c) no more than two people have done a one-time fling
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From the given information p = 0.15 and n = 6.

The probability mass function of the binomial distribution is shown below:

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