As per the survey about 60 % of the people like the drink.

If we randomly select 10 people,

using Binomial probability distribution, find the probability that

a) at least 8 people like the drink.

b) at most 3 people like the drink

Nannie Mack
2021-08-31
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An advertising agency is conducting a survey to after introducing a fruit drink in the market.

As per the survey about 60 % of the people like the drink.

If we randomly select 10 people,

using Binomial probability distribution, find the probability that

a) at least 8 people like the drink.

b) at most 3 people like the drink

As per the survey about 60 % of the people like the drink.

If we randomly select 10 people,

using Binomial probability distribution, find the probability that

a) at least 8 people like the drink.

b) at most 3 people like the drink

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