Hint: for this problem, you may find it helpful to review the section, “Independence and the multiplication rule,” in Chapter 4 of our textbook and the Tutorial on Probability Models. Consider an executive job applicant pool. The probability that an applicant has lied on his/her résumé is 0.24. Suppose that 6 résumés are randomly selected from the applicant pool. Under the circumstances, it is reasonable to assume that the probability that a given applicant has lied is statistically independent of the probability than another applicant has lied. What is the probability that at least one of the randomly selected résumés is from an applicant who has lied? Express your answer in decimal form to 3 decimal places.

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