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    1. In a small class of 10 students, 3 did not do their homework. The professor selects half of the class to present solutions to homework problems on the board, and records how many of those selected did not do their homework. (a) give a probability distribution, (b) sketch its histogram and (c) find the expected value

    2. Suppose a card is drawn at random from an ordinary deck 1,000,000 times with replacement. What is the probability that between 249,500 and 251,000 hearts (inclusive) are drawn?

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