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StatisticsQ&A Library5. Suppose that the probability of obtaining zero defective items in a sample of 50 items off the assembly line is 0.34 while the probability of obtaining 1 defective item in the sample is 0:46. What is the probability of the following? a.Obtaining no more than one defective item in a sample. b.Obtaining more than one defective item in a sarmple. Not mutualy exclusive. Round your answer to the nearest millionth when necessanyQuestion

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