**[tippy title=”Problems 1-2″]Problems 1-2**

Look in the book to find a statement of each of these properties.[/tippy]

**[tippy title=”Problems 3-10″]Problems 3-10**

Use the binomial distribution theorem as shown in Example 1.[/tippy]

**[tippy title=”Problems 11-16″]Problems 11-16**

Use the binomial distribution theorem. See the discussion following the box for binomial experiments.[/tippy]

**[tippy title=”Problems 17-18″]Problems 17-18**

See Example 1b to see how to handle inequalities like these problems.[/tippy]

**[tippy title=”Problems 19-22″]Problems 19-22**

See Example 1.[/tippy]

**[tippy title=”Problems 23-26″]Problems 23-26**

Use the binomial distribution theorem where *p* is the probability of drawing a red pen and *k* is the number of people selecting that color.[/tippy]

**[tippy title=”Problems 33-37″]Problems 33-37**

Let *p* = 0.2 and let *k* represent the number of infected leaves, and then use the binomial probabilities.[/tippy]

**[tippy title=”Problem 38″]Problem 38**

You need to work Problems 33-37 to answer this question.[/tippy]

**[tippy title=”Problems 39-52″]Problems 39-52**

These applications use the binomial distribution theorem. Look at Examples 3 and 4 for some help on how to set up these problems.[/tippy]

### Note: Homework Hints are given only for the Level 1 and Level 2 problems.

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