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Suppose 10% of new scooters will require a warranty service within the first month of its sale. A scooter

manufacturing company sells 1000 scooters in a month. Find the mean and standard deviation of scooters that

require warranty service.

Answer #1

industry standards
suggest that 10% of new vehicles require warranty service within
the first year. Jones Nissan, sold 9 Nissans yesterday.
(Round the Mean answer to 2 decimal places and the other
answers to 4 decimal places.)
a.
What is the probability that none of these vehicles requires
warranty service?
Probability
b.
What is the probability that exactly one of these vehicles requires
warranty service?
Probability
c.
Determine the probability that exactly two of these vehicles
require warranty service.
Probability ...

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places and the other answers to 4 decimal places.)
a. What is the probability that none of these
vehicles requires warranty service?
Probability
b. What is the probability that exactly one of
these vehicles requires warranty service?
Probability
c. Determine the probability that exactly two
of these vehicles require warranty service.
Probability ...

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b. Compute the mean and standard deviation of this probability
distribution.

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require warranty service within the first year. Jones Nissan in
Sumter, South Carolina, sold 10 Nissans yesterday. (Round
your mean answer to 2 decimal places and the other answers to 4
decimal places.)
Compute the mean and standard deviation of this probability
distribution.
Determine the probability that exactly two of these vehicles
require warranty service.
What is the probability exactly one of these vehicles requires
warranty service?
What is the...

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warranty service within the first year. Jones Nissan, sold 10
Nissans yesterday. (Round the Mean answer to 2 decimal
places and the other answers to 4 decimal places.)
a. What is the probability that none of these
vehicles requires warranty service?
Probability
b. What is the probability that exactly one of
these vehicles requires warranty service?
Probability
c. Determine the probability that exactly two
of these vehicles require warranty service.
Probability ...

Industry standards suggest that 14% of new vehicles require
warranty service within the first year. Jones Nissan, sold 8
Nissans yesterday. (Round the Mean answer to 2 decimal
places and the other answers to 4 decimal places.)
a. What is the probability that none of these
vehicles requires warranty service?
Probability
b. What is the probability that exactly one of
these vehicles requires warranty service?
Probability
c. Determine the probability that exactly two
of these vehicles require warranty service.
Probability ...

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require warranty service within the first year. Jones Nissan in
Sumter, South Carolina, sold 11 Nissans yesterday. (Round your Mean
answer to 2 decimal places and the other answers to 4 decimal
places.)
(a) What is the probability that none of these vehicles requires
warranty service?
Probability=
(b) What is the probability exactly one of these vehicles
requires warranty service?
Probability =
(c) Determine the probability that exactly two of these...

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