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Find the probability that at most 5 defective bolts will be given found in a box of 200 bolts if it is known that 2 percent of such bolts are expected to be defective . ( you may take the distribution to be Poisson :,e-4=0.0183)

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Find the probability that at most 5 defective bolts will be found in a box of 200 bolts if it is known that 2 per cent of such bolts are expected to be defective .(you may take the distribution to be Poisson; e-4= 0.0183).

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