Posted by **Josh** on Friday, April 8, 2011 at 6:49am.

On a certain road 20% of the vehicles are trucks, 16% are buses and the remainder are cars.

(i) A random sample of 11 vehicles is taken. Find the probability that fewer than 3 are buses. [3]

(ii) A random sample of 125 vehicles is now taken. Using a suitable approximation, find the

probability that more than 73 are cars.

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