about 10% of all adults deliberately do a one-time fling. in a group of 7 friends what is the probability that

a.) No one has done a one-time fling?

b.) At least one person has done a one-time fling?

c.) No more than two people have done a one-time fling?

d.) All of them have done a one-time fling?

e.) Exactly three of them have done a one-time fling?

a.) No one has done a one-time fling?

b.) At least one person has done a one-time fling?

c.) No more than two people have done a one-time fling?

d.) All of them have done a one-time fling?

e.) Exactly three of them have done a one-time fling?

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