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- September 13, 2020
- By menge

Here are the top 3 questions i have difficulty answering

Question 7 (1 point)

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In 2002, approximately 39% of the people eligible to vote in mid-term elections voted. Suppose you have

taken a sample of 7 eligible voters. What is the probability of having sampled exactly 2 people that voted?

Question 7 options: 1) 5.93%

2) 28.75%

3) 3.14%

4) 26.98%

5) 72.93%

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Question 8

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In 2002, approximately 39% of the people eligible to vote in mid-term elections voted. Suppose you have

taken a sample of 7 eligible voters. What is the probability of having sampled exactly 0 people that voted?

Question 8 options: 1) 5.93%

2) 28.75%

3) 3.14%

4) 26.98%

5) 72.93%

Question 9

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In 2002, approximately 39% of the people eligible to vote in mid-term elections voted. Suppose you have

taken a sample of 7 eligible voters. What is the probability of having sampled 3 or fewer people that voted?

Question 9 options: 1) 5.93%

2) 28.75%

3) 3.14%

4) 26.98%

5) 72.93%