# What is the probability that the auditor will find that the sample proportion (p) of accounts in error will exceed 0.20?

## Answer

Here, the proportion of erring accounts among the 400 is p= 40/400 = 0.1. Let X be the number of erring accounts in the sample. Then, X is a Binomial variate with parameters n=64 and p=0.1. Since n is large, X can be approximated by normal distributi
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