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Unformatted text preview: f necessary, consult a list of formulas.) Under the assumption that Clara is simply guessing at the suit of each card, we're asked to estimate the number of cards for which she correctly guesses the suit in a random sample of size and then to quantify the uncertainty of the estimate. To accomplish this, we have to know about the distribution of the number of cards for which she correctly guesses the suit in random samples of size . To examine this distribution, we take a close look at the random experiment that determines the number of cards for which she correctly guesses the suit in a random sample of size : There are trials of the random experiment (since there are cards in the random sample). Ad...
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