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  A search engine company claims that 10% of people who use its site click for more information about its

advertisers' products. Assuming that claim is true, 

 

what is the probability that less than two out of the next 10 people who use the site will click for more information?

 

Approximate, using the normal distribution, the probability that less than 20 out of the next 100 people who use the site will click for more information.

Why is the result to the second part is higher than the first part? Why would the answer be even higher if you estimated the probability that less than 2000 out of 10000 click for more info?


I would greatly appreciate help.

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The probability that less than two out of the next 10 people who use the site will click for more information is 0.8531. The... View the full answer

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