According to the experts, the odds against a professional golfer making a hole in one are 3708 to 1; in other words the probability is 1/3709 that a professional golfer will make a hole in one. One hundred fifty-five golfers participated in the second round. Show your work.A) Determine the probability that at least 4 of the 155 golfers would get a hole in one on the sixth hole. DiscussB) What assumptions did you making in solving part (a)? DO those assumptions seem reasonable to you. Explain
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