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Posted - 11/07/2013 :  09:47:08  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
You draw nine cards from a standard deck of cards. What is the probability that a. four or more will be red, b. exactly two or three will be red, c. two or fewer will be red, and d. exactly five will be red?
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Posted - 11/07/2013 :  11:32:42  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
What is giving you the problem?
You titled the topic as "Probability and Binomial Distrubution".
Do you know what Binomial Distribution is?
Maybe that is what is confusing you?
Have you done any "Probability" problems before?
If you have, then maybe you can try applying what you know and let us know what is giving you problems.
If you have no idea how to start solving this problem, this is not the place to get an introductory lesson. If this is a problem from some class, is their a teacher associated with the class?
In other words, we don't just do your work for you. We will help you but you need to do more than just post a problem.

Edited by - the_hill1962 on 12/06/2013 12:04:56
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