Medicine

We test medicine on 6 patients. For all drug doesn't work. If the drug success rate of 20%, what is the probability that medicine does not work?

Result

p =  26.21 %

Solution:

p=100 (10.2)6=26.21%p=100 \cdot \ (1-0.2)^{ 6 } = 26.21 \%



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