In one of Mendel's experiments with plants, 1064 offsprings consisted of 787 plants with long stems. According to
Mendel's theory, 3/4 of the offspring plants should have long stems. Assuming that Mendel's proportion of 3/4 is correct, find the probability of getting 787 or fewer plants with long stems among 1064 offspring plants.
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