MATH SOLVE

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# Consider a binomial experiment with n = 20 and p = .70. if you calculate the binomial probabilities manually, make sure to carry at least 4 decimal digits in your calculations. compute f(12) (to 4 decimals). 0.1143 compute f(16) (to 4 decimals). 0.1304 compute p(x 16) (to 4 decimals). 0.2375 compute p(x 15) (to 4 decimals). 0.7624 compute e(x). 14

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Answer:Here are the results for the first 2 parts.Step-by-step explanation:f(x) = nCr p^r q^(n-r)So f(12) = 20C12 (0.70^12 q^(0.30)^(20-12)= 20C8 0.7^12 0.30^8= 0.1144 .f(16) = 0.1304.