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Suppose that 62 percent of the people who are murdered actually knew the person who committed the murder. Suppose that a detective file in Boston has 62 current unsolved murders. What is the probability that fewer than 33 victims did not know their murderer?
A) .993
B) .007
C) .995
D) .005
E) .990

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