A Politician Is Urging Tighter Restrictions On Drivers Licenses Issued To Teens

A politician is urging tighter restrictions on drivers’ licenses issued to teens. He claims that “in one of every five auto accidents a teenager is behind the wheel.” You decide to do a little research and find 67 records of car accidents over the past few months. Only nine of the accidents had a teenager behind the wheel. Assume that we can consider these 67 accidents as a random sample of all accidents. If the politician is correct, what is the chance that you would observe 9 or fewer accidents with a teenager behind the wheel?A.0.0524

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