# Alopecia

Medical literature indicates that 45% of men suffer from alopecia. For random sample of 8 men, calculate the probability that:

(a) exactly four men suffer from alopecia.

(b) at most two men suffer from alopecia.

(a) exactly four men suffer from alopecia.

(b) at most two men suffer from alopecia.

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