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A manufacturer produces widgets that are packaged in boxes of 200. The probability of a widget being defective is 0.011. Find the mean and standard deviation for the number of defective widgets in a box.

Step 1

It is given that the number of packaged widget boxes (*n*) is 200, and the probability, number of defective widgets (*p*) is 0.011.

Consider that *X* is a random variable defined as widgets that are packaged.

Thus,

Step 2

The mean of number of defective wid...

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