(nPx)p^x (1-p)^n-x In a restaurant in California, 3 out of 5 customers ask for water with their meal. If a sample


(nPx)p^x (1-p)^n-x
In a restaurant in California, 3 out of 5 customers ask for water with their meal. If a sample of 20 customers is selected, what is the probability that 8 of them will want water with their meal?
To solve this problem, we will use the formula and set x = ___.
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