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After years of teaching, I can say (with 100% made up certainty) that the average number of questions the typical student can complete per minute is 5.  If I choose any student at random (I'm looking at you), what is the probability that yo...er that student could complete 7 questions in a minute?

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  1. The percentage is 10% toatl becuase you said 100% made up certantiy we cant solve this without your explantion Thanks and good luck

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