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In a survey of adults throughout the caribbean 75% strongly support Caribbean integration. You randomly select 24 adults, throughout the Caribbean, and ask each if they strongly support Caribbean integration.
What is the probability that at most 15 adults say they strongly support Caribbean integration?

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