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Scott gets a hit in 32% of the hits at bat. He bats 4 times in a game (assume each at bat is independent of the others).
a) What is the chance he gets a hit in all 4 at bats?
b)What is the chance he gets at least 1 hit?

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The solution determines what is the chance he gets a hit in all 4 at bats. And what is the chance he gets at least 1 hit.

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Because, probability of getting a hit (p) = 32/100 = 0.32
Hence, probability of not getting hit (q) = 1 - 0.32 = ...

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