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Binomial Probability Distributions

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Assume a restaurant business succeeds 60% of the time. Suppose that there are three such restaurants open in your city. When they don't compete with one another, it is reasonable to believe that their relative success would be independent. [Hint:use binomial probability distribution function in Megastat or Phstat]
A) What is the probability that all the three businesses succeed?
B) What is the probability that all the three businesses fail?
C) What is the probability that at least one business succeeds?

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Assume a restaurant business succeeds 60% of the time. Suppose that there are three such restaurants open in your city. When they don't compete with one another, it is reasonable to believe that their relative success would be independent. [Hint:use binomial ...

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Binomial probability distribution is used to determine the probability that all the three businesses succeed.

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