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# 2 [4 marks] In a given semester; a large university will processes many grades In the past; 0.2% ofall grades have been erroneously reported. Assume you are taking ...

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###### 2 [4 marks] In a given semester; a large university will processes many grades In the past; 0.2% ofall grades have been erroneously reported. Assume you are taking four courses at this university in one semester.a) What is the probability that all your grades are correctly reported?b) What is the probability that exactly three of your grades are reported incorrectly?

2 [4 marks] In a given semester; a large university will processes many grades In the past; 0.2% ofall grades have been erroneously reported. Assume you are taking four courses at this university in one semester. a) What is the probability that all your grades are correctly reported? b) What is the probability that exactly three of your grades are reported incorrectly?  #### Similar Solved Questions

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