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Question 1 2 out of 2 points A computer software retailer buys bulk packages of recordable compact discs. The manager of the store constructed the following partially complete table for the percentage distribution corresponding to the number of defective CDs in a package: Defects per package 0 Percentage 33.1 Determine the probability that a randomly selected package of CDs will contain between one and three (inclusive) defective discs (3 decimal places). Selected Answer: 0.537 Correct Answer: 0.537 ± 0 Question 2 2 out of 2 points Consider the following statements concerning the binomial distribution: A. The binomial distribution can be considered approximately symmetric if its mean is greater than five. B. To ensure the independence of each outcome for a binomial distribution, the observations are randomly selected either from an infinite population without replacement or from a finite population with replacement. C. The sample size for the binomial distribution consists of a fixed number of identical trials. Selected Answer: only B and C are true Correct Answer: only B and C are true Question 3 0 out of 2 points A law firm is considering working for the Legal Aid Commission. It will do so only if it is financially viable. Based on historical data, if the defendant pleads guilty and a solicitor is only required for sentencing, then the firm's net return is $584. If the defendant pleads guilty and the the solicitor is required during the giving of evidence, then net return is $273. On the other hand, if the defendant pleads not guilty, then the net return is a loss of $565.
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