Match the binomial probability P(x<42) with the correct statement.a) P(there

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Match the binomial probability P(x<42) with the correct statement.
a) P(there are fewer than 42 successes)
b) P(there are at most 42 successes)
c) P(there are at least 42 successes)
d) P(there are more than 42 successes)

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Answered 2021-09-21 Author has 108 answers

Step 1
Solution:
Given:
binomial probability :
P(x<42)
Step 2
Answer:
A. P(there are fewer than 42 successes)

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