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Unformatted text preview: driver. A random sample of 50 single-vehicle traffic fatalities that occurred at night is selected. e. What is the probability that exactly 35 accidents involved an intoxicated driver? P(X = 35) = 0.122346862 =BINOMDIST(35,50,0.7,FALSE) f. What is the probability that 29 or fewer accidents involved an intoxicated driver? P(X< 29) = 0.047763835 =BINOMDIST(29,50,0.7,TRUE) g. What is the probability that at least 33 but no more than 39 accidents involved an intoxicated driver? P(33 < x < 39) 0.703342437 =BINOMDIST(39,50,0.7,TRUE)-BINOMDIST(32,50,0.7,TRUE) h. If there were 430 single-vehicle traffic fatalities at night nationwide during the month of July, how many of them would you expect to involve an intoxicated driver? E = = np = 430*.70 = 301...
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This note was uploaded on 10/22/2011 for the course ACCT 3551 taught by Professor Brown during the Spring '11 term at UNC.
- Spring '11