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# In an injection-molding operation, the length and width, ISBN: 9781118539712 55

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Problem 22E

Problem 22E

In an injection-molding operation, the length and width, denoted as X and Y , respectively, of each molded part are evaluated. Let

A denote the event of 48 < X < 52 centimeters

B denote the event of 9 < Y < 11 centimeters

Construct a Venn diagram that includes these events. Shade the areas that represent the following: (e) If these events were mutually exclusive, how successful would this production operation be? Would the process produce parts with X = 50 centimeters and Y = 10 centimeters?

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It is given that in an injection molding operation, X denotes the length and Y denotes the width of each molded parts.

Also, it is given that an event A denotes 48<X<52 centimeters and an event B denotes

9<Y<11 centimeters

Using this we need to find the required values.

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