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Assume that X has a Poisson distribution with mean of
**4.6**. Calculate the followings :

1)P(X< -2) (x smaller than **Negative two**)

2) P(X > 2) (x bigger than **Positive two)**

3) Standard deviation of X

4) Mean of X

Answer #1

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