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Mathematics, 08.11.2019 19:31 bks53

Ship collisions in the houston ship channel are rare. suppose the number of collisions are poisson distributed, with a mean of 1.2 collisions every four months. appendix a statistical tables (round your answers to 4 decimal places.) a. what is the probability of having no collisions occur over a four-month period? b. what is the probability of having exactly two collisions in a two-month period? c. what is the probability of having one or fewer collisions in a six-month period?

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