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finding a probability based on a binomial distribution

1. What is the value of the binomial coefficient: combination 100 and zero?
2. If 60 percent of US households live with one or more pets and 4 of these US households are selected at random without replacement, what is the probability that the number of households has one or more pets, at most three?
3. A quantitative data set has been grouped into a grouped data table with equal-width classes of width 8 . What is the lower and upper limits If the average of the first class is 10?

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1. What is the value of the binomial coefficient: combination 100 and zero?

The value of the binomial coefficient: combination 100 and zero is 1, as there is only one such combination: taking nothing.

2. If 60 percent of US households live with one or more pets and 4 of these US ...

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