Could anybody attempt to solve this probability question? It incorporates the Poisson Distribution. Thank You.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

A company finds that it issues a mean of 7 pairs of earplugs a week to any employee. What is the probability that the number of pairs taken by any employee is 9 per week? (Using the Poisson Distribution). Explain what the odds are of such overuse.

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# Poisson Distribution

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