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In a binomial situation n=5 and pie = .40 Determine the probabilities of the following events using the binomial formula.

a. x = 1

n = 5

P (x) = nCx x (1 - ) n - x

P (1) = 5!

1! (5-1)! 1 (.40) 1 (1-.40) 5-1

120 (.40) 1 (.60) 4

Answer 1.55184557

b. x = 2

n =5

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