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StatisticsQ&A LibraryAt Least One. Find the probability.At Least One Defective iPhone It has been reported that 20% of iPhones manufactured by Foxconn for a product launch did not meet Apple’s quality standards. An engineer needs at least one defective iPhone so she can try to identify the problem(s). If she randomly selects 15 iPhones from a very large batch, what is the probability that she will get at least 1 that is defective? Is that probability high enough so that she can be reasonably sure of getting a defect for her work?Question

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At Least One. Find the probability.

At Least One Defective iPhone It has been reported that 20% of iPhones manufactured by Foxconn for a product launch did not meet Apple’s quality standards. An engineer needs at least one defective iPhone so she can try to identify the problem(s). If she randomly selects 15 iPhones from a very large batch, what is the probability that she will get at least 1 that is defective? Is that probability high enough so that she can be reasonably sure of getting a defect for her work?

Step 1

Let *X* is the number of defective iPhones from a very large batch and it follows binomial distribution.

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It is given that 20% of iPhones are defective and 15 ...

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