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For each player’s turn in a certain board game, a card

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For each player’s turn in a certain board game, a card is drawn.3/4 of the cards in the deck are marked with a circle, and the remaining cards are marked with a square. If five players draw a card and then return it to the deck, what is the probability that at least four of the cards drawn are marked with a square?
(A) ( 1/4)^3
(B) 5( 1/4)^3
(C) 3 /4(1/4)^4
(D) 3/2( 1/4)^4
(E) ( 1/4)^5

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For each player’s turn in a certain board game, a card is drawn.3/4 of the cards in the deck are marked with a circle, and the remaining cards are marked with a square. If five players draw a card and then return it to the deck, what is the probability that at least four of the cards drawn are marked with a square?
(A) ( 1/4)^3
(B) 5( 1/4)^3
(C) 3 /4(1/4)^4
(D) 3/2( 1/4)^4
(E) ( 1/4)^5


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