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## Jeanette really loves apple-flavored Fruity Tooty candies, but there always seems to be a lot of cherry-flavored candies in each bag. To det

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Jeanette really loves apple-flavored Fruity Tooty candies, but there always seems to be a lot of cherry-flavored candies in each bag. To determine whether this is because cherry candies are so popular or because each bag contains fewer apple candies, Jeanette randomly picks a Fruity Tooty candy from her bag, records its flavor, and places it back in the bag. Each bag contains a mixture of cherry, grape, apple, lemon, and orange flavors. Which statement about Jeanette’s distribution of sample proportions is true?

A) The count of drawing an apple candy is not a binomial distribution.

B) The distribution of the count of picking a cherry candy cannot be modeled as approximately normal if Jeanette picks candies over 100 times.

C) The count of drawing an orange candy has a binomial distribution.

D) The distribution of the count of picking a lemon candy can be modeled as approximately normal if Jeanette picks candies 15 times.

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Answer:a

Step-by-step explanation:im gonna go with a. hope its right! have an amazing day!

Answer: the count of drawing an orange candy has a binomial distribution

Step-by-step explanation:recall that proportions can be put into two categories. If we assume that items are independently chosen, this would follow the binomial distribution