Suppose past data has shown that 60% of the students attend lectures. There are 50 students enrolled in a course. To check attendance in each lecture, 15 names of the students are randomly selected. What is the probability that there are strictly fewer than 5 students being present in a lecture?

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Okay, so we want the probability that of the 15 chosen, 4 or less are present.

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