A particular question says the average body temperature is 98.2F with standard deviation of 0.7 with normal distribution, allowing us to find probability with z-tables.
However, an additional question asks that if 10 people were selected at random (independent of each other) and X represents the number of people who have body temperatures exceeding 98.6F. What is the probability that at least 2 people have temperatures that exceed 98.6F?
Would this distribution still be Normal, as the parameters of mean and SD still apply, or is it binomial? As there is a fixed amount of trials and success/failure as limits. But then the parameters for n and p, what would be p?