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# The expected number of typographical errors on a page of a

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Problem 51P

Problem 51P

The expected number of typographical errors on a page of a certain magazine is .2. What is the probability that the next page you read contains (a) 0 and (b) 2 or more typographical errors? Explain your reasoning!

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Given that the expected no.of typographical errors in a on page of a certain magazine is 0.2

Let X denote the no.of errors in a page

Here X is following the poisson distribution with parameter

The pmf of poisson distribution is

a) We have to find the probability that the next page is having zero errors

Now

=0.8187

Hence the probability that the next page is having zero errors is 0.8187

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