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    Probability using Binomial distribution for Cell phone owners

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    Probability- in Late 2007, it was reported that 79 percent of US adults owned a cell phone. Suppose that by the end of 2010, that percentage was 85 percent. If a sample of 10 adults is selected
    What is the probability that
    a.) 8 owned a cell phone
    b.) At least 8 own a cell phone
    c.) All 10 own a cell phone
    D)If you selected the sample in a particular geographical area
    and found that none of the 10 respondents owned a cell
    phone, what conclusion might you reach about whether the
    percentage of cell phone owners in this area was 85%?

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