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The mean number of errors per page made by a member of the word processing pool for a large company is thought to be 3 with the number of errors distributed according to a Poisson distribution. If 6 page are examined, what is the probability that more than 6 errors will be observed?

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The mean number of errors per page made by a member of the word
processing pool for a large company is thought to be 2.4 with the
number of errors distributed according to a Poisson distribution.
If a page is examined, what is the probability that more than two
errors will be observed?
The probability that more than two errors will be observed is
.
(Round to four decimal places as needed.)

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