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One airline averages about 1.5 fatalities per month. Assume that
*X*, the number of fatalities per month, has the Poisson
probability distribution.

What is the probability that in a month the airlines will have
no fatality? i.e. *P*(*X* = 0). [*Round to 4
decimal places*]

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What is the probability that in a month the airlines will have
less than average fatality? i.e. *P*(*X* <
μ_{X}), where μ_{X} is the
expected value of the given Poisson distribution. [*Round to 4
decimal places*]

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What is the probability that the airlines will have at least 2
fatalities in **two months**? [*Round to 4 decimal
places*]

Answer #1

One airline averages about 1.3 fatalities per month. Assume that
X, the number of fatalities per month, has the Poisson
probability distribution.
What is the probability that in a month the airlines will have
no fatality? i.e. P(X = 0). [Round to 4
decimal places] 0.2725
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