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In a study, 35% of adults questioned reported that their health was excellent. A researcher wishes to study health of people living close to a nuclear power plant. Among 14 adults randomly selected from this area, only 3 reported that their health was excellent. Find the probability that when 14 adults are randomly selected, 3 or fewer are in excellent health. SHOW WORK/FORMULA USED OR STATE CALCULATOR STEP USED

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