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Components shipped include 0.5% defectives. You plan to select 80 items; if 0 are defective, you will assume all are okay.
(Using normal approximation to binomial)

a) Find the probability that you will find 0 defectives in 80 items.

b) Find the probability you will find none if p = 1.5%

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Components shipped include 0.5% defectives. You plan to select 80 items; if 0 are defective, you will assume all are okay. (Using normal approximation to binomial)

a) Find the probability that you will find 0 defectives in 80 items.

b) Find the probability you will find none if p = ...

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This solution is comprised of a detailed explanation of binomial approximation to normal distribution In this solution, step-by-step explanation of this complicated topic provides students with a clear perspective of binomial and normal distribution to find the probability of any event.

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