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In a recent election 57% of people supported reelecting the incumbent. Suppose a poll is done of 1350 people.

If we used the normal as an approximation to the binomial, what would the mean and standard deviation be?

(a)mean:

(b) standard deviation:

answers in at least 3 decimal places.

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