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Homework Help: statistics math

Posted by aaron on Sunday, October 18, 2009 at 10:30pm.

The unemployment rate is 5.8% (Bureau of Labor Statistics, April 3, 2003). Suppose that 100 employable people are selected randomly.

1)What is the probability that exactly six people are unemployed (to 4 decimals)?

2)What is the probability that exactly six people are unemployed (to 4 decimals)?

3)What is the probability that at least four people are unemployed (to 4 decimals)?

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