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Deople among 23 have the same birthday is .507, a little more than
Surprised at this result; somehow it seems that a larger number of
alculator, we can graph the probability formula in the previous
n of n, but the graphing calculator must be set to evaluate
er points. Figure 9.11 was produced on a TI-84+ by letting
ed.
on the interval 0 < x< 47. (This domain ensures integer
365X
hat the graph does not extend past x = 39. This is because
40.
oo large for the calculator when n
Computer Defects A shipment of 8 computers contains 3 with
defects. Find the probability that a sample of the given size, drawn from
the 8, will not contain a defective computer. (See Example 3.)
3. 1
4. 2
5. 3
6. 5
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40 50 Deople among 23 have the same birthday is .507, a little more than Surprised at this result; somehow it seems that a larger number of alculator, we can graph the probability formula in the previous n of n, but the graphing calculator must be set to evaluate er points. Figure 9.11 was produced on a TI-84+ by letting ed. on the interval 0 < x< 47. (This domain ensures integer 365X hat the graph does not extend past x = 39. This is because 40. oo large for the calculator when n Computer Defects A shipment of 8 computers contains 3 with defects. Find the probability that a sample of the given size, drawn from the 8, will not contain a defective computer. (See Example 3.) 3. 1 4. 2 5. 3 6. 5

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