# Internet anywhere

In school, 60% of pupils have access to the internet at home. A group of 8 students is chosen at random. Find the probability that

a) exactly 5 have access to the internet.

b) At least 6 students have access to the internet

a) exactly 5 have access to the internet.

b) At least 6 students have access to the internet

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