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Suppose that in Sleepy Valley only 25% of those over 50 years old own CD players. Find the probabilty that among four randomly chosen people in that age group none owns a CD player.??

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Prob of not owning a CD player = 1 - 0.25 = 0.75 all four people not owning a CD player = (0.75)^4
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