it seems me true but prof. said its not..(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

You are asked to calculate the probability that a sample of 1000 vaccine vials from a filling line contains no more than two (2) defective closures. From prior data, you know that the particular filling line in question has a defect rate of 0.08%. Given this information, you use the Microsoft Excel BINOMDIST function with number_s =2, trials = 1000, and probability_s = 0.0008. In order to yield the desired probability, you should set the value of cumulative = TRUE and subtract the result of the function from 1.000.

is that true?

what is your idea?

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