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The binomial expression 8C2 (1/3)^2(2/3)^6 gives the probability

A.At least 2 successes in 8 trials of the probability of success is 1/3
B.At least 2 successes in 8 trials of the probability of success in one trial 2/3
C.Exactly 2 successes in 8 trials of the probability of success is 1/3


Would it be c? Would it be exact or at least?

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  1. c, exactly two successes

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