Notation of 0 + Using the same survey from Exercise 3, the probability of randomly selecting 30 of the 1009 consumers and getting exactly 24 who are comfortable with the drones is represented as 0+. What does 0+ indicate? Does 0+ indicate that it is impossible to get exactly 24 consumers who are comfortable with the drones?

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Notation of 0 + Using the same survey from Exercise 3, the probability of randomly selecting 30 of the 1009 consumers and getting exactly 24 who are comfortable with the drones is represented as 0+. What does 0+ indicate? Does 0+ indicate that it is impossible to get exactly 24 consumers who are comfortable with the drones?

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From the given information, the probability of randomly selecting 30 of the 1009 consumers and getting exactly 24 who are comfortable with the drones is represented as 0+.

That is, value 0+ indicates that the probability value is not exactly 0 but it is close to 0. Hence, the e...

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