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# 1) Find the probability that among 16 randomly selected people; at least 4 believe that college is no longer a good investment. P ( x or = 4),...

1) Find the probability that among 16 randomly selected people; at least 4 believe that college is no longer a good investment.

P ( x > or = 4), n=16, p=0.1

2) Find the probability that among 16 randomly selected people; fewer than 3 believe that college is no longer a good investment.

3) Calculate the range for the "usual" number of people out of 16 who believe that college is no longer a good investment. Use m ± 2s

ANY HELP IS APPRECIATED. I started on question number 1 but not sure if I am leaning in the write direction at all. If you all could show your work so I can understand how to get the answer it would be greatly appreciated.