If 90% of students are right handed, use the Poisson distribution to estimate the probability that a sample of 80 students has 5 or more right-handed students.
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Last edited by Johny_Junior; May 9th 2007 at 07:55 PM.
If 90% of students are right handed, use the Poisson distribution to estimate the probability that a sample of 80 students has 5 or more right-handed students.
Please help with this problem!
Calculate the mean number of right-handed students in the sample. Then use the Poisson distribution with that mean to calculate the estimated probability.
If 90% of students are right handed, use the Poisson distribution to estimate the probability that a sample of 80 students has 5 or more right-handed students.
Please help with this problem!
Originally Posted by JakeD
Calculate the mean number of right-handed students in the sample. Then use the Poisson distribution with that mean to calculate the estimated probability.
Originally Posted by Johny_Junior
Thanks for your help...but it still doesn't make much sense to me...