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According to a study, a female driver in the United States will average 615 accidents per 100 million miles. Regard an *n*-mile trip as a sequence of *n* Bernoulli trials with "success" corresponding to having an accident during a particular mile. What is the probability that a female driver will have an accident in a 1-mile trip? (Round your answer to eight decimal places.)

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**Introduction:**

If *X* ~ Bin (*n*, *p*), then the probability mass function of *X* is:

*p* (*x*) = (*n*C*x*) *px* *qn* – *x*; for *x* = 0, 1, …, *n*; 0 < *p* <1; *q* = 1 – *p*; *p* (*x...*

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