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Get Full Access to Elementary Statistics - 12 Edition - Chapter 5.3 - Problem 43bsc
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# Solved: Acceptance Sampling. Exercises involve the method

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Problem 43BSC

Problem  44BSC

Acceptance Sampling. Exercises involve the method of acceptance sampling, whereby a shipment of a large number of items is accepted if tests of a sample of those items result in only one or none that are defective.

Chocolate Chip Cookies The Killington Market chain uses this acceptance sampling plan for large shipments of packages of its generic chocolate chip cookies: Randomly select 30 packages and determine whether each is within specifications (not too many broken cookies, acceptable taste, distribution of chocolate chips, and so on). The entire shipment is accepted if at most 2 packages do not meet specifications. A shipment contains 1200 packages of chocolate chip cookies, and 2% of those packages do not meet specifications. What is the probability that this whole shipment will be accepted? Will almost all such shipments be accepted, or will many be rejected?

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