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**EquinoX** Thirty percent of the population in a southwestern community area are Spanish speaking Americans. A spanish speaking person is accused of killing a non-Spanish speaking American. Of the first 12 potential jurors, only 2 are Spanish-speaking Americans and 10 are not. The defendant's lawyer challenges the jury selection, claiming bias against her client. The government lawyer disagrees, saying that the probability of this particular jury composition is common. What do you think??

I was using of using a Binomial Probabilility Distribution table to look at n = 12 and x = 2 and the probability of success to be .3 and the result is 0.168. so do I multiply this number with 12 so I get 2 as the result after its rounded?