Posted by **Tony** on Saturday, April 6, 2013 at 6:06pm.

A study determines that 60% of the voters in a town intend to vote for the incumbent mayor. If a sample of 8 people is selected, using the binomial formula, what is the approximate probability that 6 of the 8 people surveyed intend to vote for the incumbent?

A. 0.47

B. 1.28

C. 0.6

D. 0.21

I choose d am I correct

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