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StatisticsQ&A LibraryVision Correction A survey sponsored by the Vision Council showed that 79% of adults need correction (eyeglasses, contacts, surgery, etc.) for their eyesight. If 20 adults are randomly selected, find the probability that at least 19 of them need correction for their eyesight. Is 19 a significantly high number of adults requiring eyesight correction?Question

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Vision Correction A survey sponsored by the Vision Council showed that 79% of adults need correction (eyeglasses, contacts, surgery, etc.) for their eyesight. If 20 adults are randomly selected, find the probability that at least 19 of them need correction for their eyesight. Is 19 a significantly high number of adults requiring eyesight correction?

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**Binomial distribution:**

The probability mass function for binomial distribution is,

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The probability that at least 19 of them need correction for their eye...

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