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# According to a survey, 10% of americans are afraid to fly.Suppose 1,170 americans are sampledA. Is it safe to assume n<= 0.05B verify np(1-p)>= 10suppose we a...

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###### According to a survey, 10% of americans are afraid to fly.Suppose 1,170 americans are sampledA. Is it safe to assume n<= 0.05B verify np(1-p)>= 10suppose we are interested in the probability percentage that 150or more americans in the survey are afraid to flyb. draw a figure by shading the region that corresponds to thescenario given. the z- score is z = 3.2c. what is the probability percentage that 150 or more americansin the survey are afraid to fly? round to the percent to twodecimal pl

according to a survey, 10% of americans are afraid to fly. Suppose 1,170 americans are sampled A. Is it safe to assume n<= 0.05 B verify np(1-p)>= 10 suppose we are interested in the probability percentage that 150 or more americans in the survey are afraid to fly b. draw a figure by shading the region that corresponds to the scenario given. the z- score is z = 3.2 c. what is the probability percentage that 150 or more americans in the survey are afraid to fly? round to the percent to two decimal places. D. interpret the probability found in part c. in context of Americans that afraid to fly. #### Similar Solved Questions

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