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Posted by **please help me!** on Tuesday, March 23, 2010 at 2:21pm.

1) What is the probability of getting exactly 9 correct answers?

2)What is the probability of getting less than 9 correct answers?

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**Reiny**, Tuesday, March 23, 2010 at 5:04pmprob of R(ight) = 4/20 = 1/5

prob of W(rong) = 4/5

1) to have exactly 9R and 11W

= C(20,9)((1/5)^9(4/5)^11

= ....

( I got .00722)

2) to get the prob of less than 9 you will have to do

prob(0R) + prob(1R) + prob(2R) + .. + prob(8R)

I will do prob(R4)

= C(20,4)(1/4)^4(4/5)^16 = .21819

Follow the same pattern for the other calculations

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**gio**, Friday, February 18, 2011 at 10:09pma test consists of 25 multiple choice questions. Each has 5 possible answers, which only one is correct. If a student guesses on each question, find the following:

a) prob that he will guess all of them right

b)prob that he will guess at most 12 right

c) prob that he will guess at least 1 right

d) mean and stndrd. deviation of the number of correct answers

e)estimate the prob of the number of correct answers that will fall within the limits -----> miu +or- 2(stand.dev)

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