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# consider a jury trial in which it takes 8 of the 12 jurors to convict the defendant that is, in order for the defendant to be convicted, at least 8 of the jurors must vote him guilty. if we assume tha

consider a jury trial in which it takes 8 of the 12 jurors to convict the defendant that is, in order for the defendant to be convicted, at least 8 of the jurors must vote him guilty. if we assume that jurors act independently and that, whether or not the defendant is guilty, each makes the right decision with probability of A=0.7. given that a defendant is equally likely to be hu7ilty or not guilty, what is the probability that the jury renders a conrect decision?