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Given a random sample size of \( n=900 \) from a binomial probability distribution with \( \mathrm{P}=0.30 \), complete parts
Given a random sample size of \( n=900 \) from a binomial probability distribution with \( \mathrm{P}=0.30 \), complete parts a. through e. below. Do not use the correction for continuity. Click the icon to view the standard normal distribution table. a. Find the probability that the number of successes is greater than 295. \( P(X>295)= \) (Round to two decimal places as needed.) b. Find the probability that the number of successes is fewer than 260 . \( P(X<260)= \) (Round to two decimal places as needed. \( ) \) c. Find the probability that the number of successes is between 250 and 297. \( P(250\quad)=0.06 \] (Round to the nearest whole number as needed.)


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Entering the given information to calculate probabilities. n=900; number of trials p=0.30; probability of success. even it is binomial distriution as
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