Asked Nov 1, 2019

On average, an IRS auditor discovers 4.7 fraudulent income tax returns per day. On a randomly chosen day, what is the probability that she discovers fewer than two?


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Suppose X represents an IRS auditor discovers 4....


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X Poisson(= 4.7)


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