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A company manufactured 1,000 televisions. Testing showed that 20 of the televisions were defective.
PART A: What is the experimental probability that the next television will be defective?
PART B: Based on the probability in PART A, how many of the next 5,000 televisions manufactured should the company expect to be defective?

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    A) prob = 20/1000 =1/50

    b) number expected to be defective = (1/50)(5000)
    = 100

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