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**westlondongaurav** i was given this question to do in uni for my biology course, and i seem to be having problems solving it, i'm new to this site and was wondering if anyone could help out, cheers =)

1. A wood is divided into the 36 squares of equal size and the number of badger sets in each square was counted. 18 squares had no sets, 6 had 1 set, 6 had 2 sets, 3 had 3 sets, 2 had 4 sets and 1 had 7 sets. How many of the 36 sqaures might have been expected to have had 1 set in them if the sets were distributed at random in the wood? (10 marks)