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16. A study of a manufacturing process indicates that 120 of 6,000 units produced are defective. If a sampler selected 100 units, how many defective units would he expect to be present? (Points: 5)
2
5
6
10

17. Six red balls and four blue balls are placed in a container. What is the probability that the first ball drawn from the container is blue? (Points: 5)
0.286
0.40
0.60
0.67

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