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    Binomial and Empirical Probability

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    A baseball player hits 59 home runs during a season with 161 games. What is the empirical probability that the player would hit at least one home run during any given game of the season?

    On the basis of the answer how many home runs would we expect the player to hit during any stretch of 8 games during the season?

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    This solution calculates the number of home runs one would expect the player to hit during any stretch of 8 games during the season.

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