A certain law school claims that 75% of its graduates pass the state bar exam on their first attempt . . . keep in mind that these are lawyers, so the claims may not be true. If we assume that the claim is true, then if a sample of N=60 graduates is selected, find the probability that:
a. 48% or more pass on the first attempt.
b. 80% or more of the sample pass on the first attempt.
(DO NOY WORRY ABOUT THE CONTINUITY CORRECTION.)
This solution provides a step-by-step method for computing probability based on the Z-score.