The second-leading genetic cause of mental retardation is Fragile X Syndrome, named for the fragile appearance of the tip of the X chromosome in affected individuals. One in 1500 males are affected worldwide, with no ethnic bias. a. In a sample of 10,000 males, how many would you expect to have Fragile X Syndrome? b. For a sample of 10,000 males, use the Poisson approximation to the binomial distribution to determine the probability that more than 7 of the males have Fragile X Syndrome; that at most 10 of the males have Fragile X Syndrome.
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