Gia learned that about 10% of people are left‐handed. She ran 10 different simulations using random digits to find the probability that there is a left-handed person in a group of 5 randomly selected people.

In the table below, 0 represents a left‐handed person and 1 through 9 represent a right‐handed

person. Each row represents one simulation of 5 people.

3 1 4 9 6

5 6 9 6 7

5 3 2 6 8

1 4 4 2 8

9 4 4 2 6

6 8 7 4 9

6 3 4 8 8

2 7 4 4 2

0 3 6 1 6

0 5 2 0 9

Based on Gia's simulations, what is the probability that in a group of 5 people, at least 1 person will be left‐handed?