Scoring a hole-in-one is the greatest shot a golfer can make. Once 4 professional golfers each made holes-in-one on the 5th hole at the same golf course at the same tournament. It has been found that the estimated probability of making a hole-in-one is 12905for male professionals. Suppose that a sample of 4 professional male golfers is randomly selected.
(a) What is the probability that at least one of these golfers makes a hole-in-one on the 13th hole at the same tournament?
(b) What is the probability that none of these golfers make a hole-in-one on the 13th hole at the same tournament?
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If the probability of making a whole is higher than one, I do believe that you have some serious golfers.
It has been found that the estimated probability of making a hole-in-one is 12905.
Probability values lie between the closed interval [0,1].
There's a decimal or something missing here: making a hole-in-one is 12905.
Please correct. Thanks.
Directrix, your answer is better, but I like being a smart-aleck more xD