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Jaycee follows baseball closely. This season, his favorite professional player has a batting average of 0.250 , or 25% . This means that, on average, he gets one hit every four times he is at bat. Jaycee wants to know the likelihood that his favorite player will get at least two hits in the five times he'll be at bat. So Jaycee conducted a simulation to find out. He programmed a random number generator to give numbers between 1 and 4, with an outcome of 1 indicating a hit. His results are shown here.

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