Suppose that 4% of desktop computers run the Linux operating system. Suppose 2 computers are randomly selected (assume independence).

Suppose that 4% of desktop computers run the Linux operating system. Suppose 2 computers are randomly selected (assume independence).

(c) Find the probability that exactly one of the computers runs Linux.

(d) Suppose computers are repeatedly selected (assume independence). Find the probability that the 4th selected computer is the first one running Linux.

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