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A random number generator draws at random with replacement from the digits 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9. In 5000 draws, the chance that the digit 0 appears fewer than 495 times is closest to 25%,30%,35%,40%,45%,50%

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  1. I know that 35% is wrong!!!

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    posted by Din123
  2. Take to Binomial Distn to Normal Distn. Si it becomes P(x<=494).

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    posted by Kingshuk
  3. I know that 30% is also wrong!

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    posted by Atila
  4. It is 40% the correct answer

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    posted by Lara
  5. 40% is correct.

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    posted by Kingshuk

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