# Question In the spring, a biologist and her team placed radio collars on 34 grizzly bears living in Southwestern Alberta in an attempt to study their migration habits. In the fall, she and her team return to the area and observe 12 grizzly bears from a helicopter, and count how many of these bears had a radio-collar. Identify the probability model that best models this count. A. Hypergeometric distribution B. Poisson distribution C. Bernoulli distribution D. Normal distribution E. Binomial distribution F. Uniform distribution G. none of the above

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In the spring, a biologist and her team placed radio collars on 34 grizzly bears living in Southwestern Alberta in an attempt to study their migration habits. In the fall, she and her team return to the area and observe 12 grizzly bears from a helicopter, and count how many of these bears had a radio-collar. Identify the probability model that best models this count.

A. Hypergeometric distribution

B. Poisson distribution

C. Bernoulli distribution

D. Normal distribution

E. Binomial distribution

F. Uniform distribution

G. none of the above

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