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At a certain college, 6% of all students come from outside the United States. Incoming students there are assigned at random to freshman dorms, where

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asked 2021-05-21
At a certain college, 6% of all students come from outside the United States. Incoming students there are assigned at random to freshman dorms, where students live in residential clusters of 40 freshmen sharing a common lounge area. How many international students would you expect to find in a typical cluster? With what standard deviation?

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