﻿ Afactory employs several thousand workers, of whom 30% are hispanic. if the 11 members of the union executive committee were chosen from
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# Afactory employs several thousand workers, of whom 30% are hispanic. if the 11 members of the union executive committee were chosen from the workers at random, the number of hispanics on the committee would have the binomial distribution with n = 11 and p = 0.30.(a) what is the mean number of hispanics onrandomly chosen committees of 17workers? 1(b) what is the standard deviation σ of the countx of hispanic members? 2(c) suppose that 10% of the factory workers were hispanic. thenp = 0.1. what is σ in this case? 3what is σ if p = 0.01? 4what does your work show about the behavior of the standarddeviation of a binomial distribution as the probability of asuccess gets closer to 0? 5asp increases, σ decreases. asp decreases, σincreases. asp increases, σ increases. asp decreases, σ decreases.

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