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2e1dbf37b1c0d3b6773e1c615009c2b3_5327ec57878b4a505f2cc92f916ed808.xlsx

2e1dbf37b1c0d3b6773e1c615009c2b3_5327ec57878b4a505f2cc92f916ed808.xlsx

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(i) Probability = (ii) Probability = (iii) Probability = (iv) Probability = Mean = Standard Deviation = BONUS QUESTION Interquartile Range = The housekeeping manager for a local hotel needs to estimate the number of prior to the end of the morning shift. This will help him in determining his over Historical data indicates that there is a fixed probability of 0.12 (i.e. 12.0% available for cleaning prior to this time. The hotel has a total of 210 rooms t rooms either will or will not be available for cleaning prior to the end of t unavailability is independent from one room to another . Also, it does no are checking out or not. (Note: There is NO data set in the file for this pro a. a. Which specific probability distribution will be the best one to use for a b. Determine the probabilities that: Exactly 22 of the 210 rooms will be unavailable for cle shift? Exactly 168 of the 210 rooms WILL BE AVAILABLE for c shift?
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