Thank god if someone replies as HSC math is within a few hours

-If 3% of coins produced are faulty, what is the probability that a sample of 3 coins taken from the production line will have atleast two faulty coins

Thank god if someone replies as HSC math is within a few hours

-If 3% of coins produced are faulty, what is the probability that a sample of 3 coins taken from the production line will have atleast two faulty coins

Holy crap, this just changed how i see binomial, so just tested 1 - (P(No faults) + (1 fault))
P(No faults) = (97/100)^3
P(Exactly 1 fault) = 3C1*(3/100)*(97/100)^2
and it worked, thank you good sir