Posted by **Sandy** on Monday, March 29, 2010 at 11:03pm.

Could you please explain how to do this question. Suppose that a certain candidate is running in a city election. A recent poll of 500 randomly chosen voters concludes that 60% of the voters prefer this candidate. Determine the probability that the candidate will get less than 56% of the votes.

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