In a study of 226,240 cell phone users, it was found that 35 developed cancer of the brain or nervous

In a study of 226,240 cell phone users, it was found that 35 developed cancer of the brain or nervous system Assuming that cell phones have no effect, there is a

0.000182 probability of a person developing cancer of the brain or nervous system. We therefore expect about 42 cases of such cancer in a group of 226,240 people.
Estimate the probability of 35 or fewer cases of such cancer in a group of 226,240 people. What do these results suggest about media reports that cell phones cause
cancer of the brain or nervous system?
(a) P(xs 35)-(Round to four decimal places as needed.)


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