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1. In a bag of candy, the probability that an orange candy is chosen is 0.55 and the probably that a green is chosen is 0.45. A person reaches into the bag of candy and chooses two. If X is the number of green candy pieces chosen, find the probability that has 0, 1, or 2 green pieces chosen. (a) Draw a tree diagram showing the possibilities for each outcome. (b) Create the binomial distribution table for . Show all your work. Answer: 1. In a bag of candy, the probability that an orange candy is chosen is 0.55 and the probably that a green is chosen is 0.45. A person reaches into the bag of candy and chooses two. If X is the number of green candy pieces chosen, find the probability that has 0, 1, or 2 green pieces chosen. (a) Draw a tree diagram showing the possibilities for each outcome. (b) Create the binomial distribution table for . Show all your work. Answer:

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Gee you put so much effort into presenting that question well !

How could I possibly resist asnwering. 

 Mar 16, 2022
edited by Melody  Mar 16, 2022

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