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yama_aryayee

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1000 sets of genes were randomly constructed and 75% of these were more disperse than a specific opteron. If the probability that a random set is more disperse than this opteron is truly 0.5, approximate the probability that 750 or more random sets exceed the opteron. What can you conclude about the dispersion in the opteron versus random genes?

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