Last Updated on 01/26/2023 by Sophia
Instruction to question:Please refer to table below, which describes results from eightoffspring peas. The random variable xrepresents the number ofoffspring peas with green pods.a) Find the probability of getting exactly 3 peas withgreen podsb) Find the probability of getting 3 or fewer peaswith green podsc) Which probability is relevant for determiningwhether 3 is an unusually low number of peas with green pods: theresults from part a and part bd) Is 3 an unusually low number of peas withgreen pods? Why?or why not?Table : Probabilies of number of peas with green pods among 8offspring peas.xP(x)00+10+20.00430.02340.08750.20860.31170.26780.100Please help me out with this question. Here the x is thenumber of peas with green pods. Step-step working please.