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    I think this is a simple probablility question...

    Any help is appreciated!

    "Assume that a college student comes to class unprepared 22% of the time. If a professor meets with 93 students in class on a given day, how many would he expect to not be prepared?"
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    Re: I think this is a simple probablility question...

    Try 0.22 times 93
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    Re: I think this is a simple probablility question...

    Right you are. Sometimes the simple answer is the right one! Thanks.
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