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A
manufacturer of semiconductors has a 20% defect rate in the
semiconductors produced.

Every hour, ten semiconductors are selected at random and
inspected for defects.

If more than three defectives in ten are observed, the process
is stopped.

If the probability a semiconductor is defective is not
affected by whether the other semiconductors are defective,

Question (A) Find the probability the manufacturing process
must be stopped within the next hour.

Question (B) What is the probability that the process will be
stopped within the next two hours?

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