Sarah T.

asked • 12/15/16

The census bureau reports that 29% of California residents were born outside of the US. Suppose that you choose four Californians independent of each other.

Let F= the number of foreign-born people in a randomly-selected group of four. 
a)Find P(f=1)
b)Find P(f>or =1)
c)find and interpret the expected value of F.
d)find and interpret the standard deviation of F

1 Expert Answer


Gregg K.

This is a correct solution, so I do not know why the negative vote.


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