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An experiment consists of 48 binomial trials, each having probability 3/4 of success. Use an approximating normal curve to estimate there are more than 36 successes.

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    This is a problem regarding approximating binomial using normal. It can be found in any elementary probability and statistics books. I don't have a book with me, sorry can't help at the moment

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