During World War II, a hypothetical city laid out as a 10-by-10 grid of equal size blocks was hit by 200 randomly dropped bombs. Thus, the probability of any particular bomb hitting a specific city block was 1/100 and each block was hit by an average of 2 bombs. Find the probability of a given city block not being hit at all.
The Attempt at a Solution
1 - (1/100) = P(not being hit).
Just wondering if this was correct and if the fact that an average of 2 bombs and 200 bombs droped would have an impact on the probablity of not being hit.