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golf balls shall not be greater than 1.620 ounces (45.93) the diameter of the ball shall be less than 1.680 inches the velocity f the ball shall not be greater than 250 feet per second. they check these often using random sampling, the dozen of each kind are sampled and if more than three do not meet size, velocity requirements than that kind of ball is removed from their list. what assumptions must be made in order to use binomial probability distribution to calculate the probability that a particular kind of golf ball will be removed? and what information must be know in order to use binomial probability distribution to be able to calculate that particular kind of golf ball will be removed

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