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Decide whether the experiment is a binomial, Poisson, or neither based on the information given. Each week a man plays a game in which he has a 21% chance of winning the random variable is the number of times he wins in 64 weeks.

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    A binomial experiment is given. Decide whether you can use the normal distribution to approximate the binomial distribution. If you can, find the mean and standard deviation. If you cannot, explain why.A survey of adults found that 62% have used a multivitamin in the past 12 months. You randomly select 40 adults and ask them if they have used a multivitamin in the past 12 months.

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