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**BFG12** Hello everyone,

Thank you in advance for any help that you may be able to offer me!

The following problem is really close to the actual problem on my homework, and I am trying to figure out which probability formula/approach I should use for the following statistics problem?

Let's say that there are 14 voters and they are randomly selected from a population of 150,000 voters (40% of whom are Republicans), and all 14 were Republicans.

How do I find the probability of getting 14 Republicans when 14 voters are randomly selected from this population?

My solution:

.4^14 = 2.68

Is this right?