This is the way I tried to solve this.
Let
X = The number of students that pass out of 25 students present last class.
Y = The number of students that pass out of 5 students absent last class.
T = Total number of students pass out of 30 students.
X~Bin(25,0.85) and Y~Bin(5,0.20)
PX(x)...
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