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You have a test with 8 questions, where you can choose from 3 answers for each question and one answer is always correct. The probability that we answer 5 or 6 questions correctly when randomly filling in (that is, we all guess the answers) is ……. The average number of correctly guessed questions is ……. . (The quantity has a Binomial distribution of Bi and the parameters are: number of questions and probability that I will answer correctly).

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