Posted by **Amy** on Thursday, November 29, 2012 at 7:01pm.

Macintosh users make up about 5% of all computer users. A computer training school that wants to attract Macintosh users mails an advertising flyer to 25,000 computer users. If the mailing list can be considered a random sample of the population, what is the chance that at least 1245 Macintosh users will receive the flyer?

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