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A telemarketer with B2B Communications has a 20 percent historical probability of making a sale during a shift where 100 calls were made. Assign a random variable x, where the value of x is equal to the number of sales made during the shift. Describe the probability distribution of x, and calculate the probability of the employee making exactly 28 sales during a 100call shift. What is the probability that the employee will make less than 28 sales during the 100call shift? What is the probability that the employee will make 28 or more sales during the 100call shift?

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