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A manufacturer inspects 500 personal video players and finds that 496 of them have no defects. The manufacturer sent a shipment of 2000 video players to a distributor. Predict the number of players in the shipment that are likely to have no defects. A. 16 B. 1840 C. 496 D. 1984

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  1. anonymous
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    496/500=.992 1-.992=.008 2000*.008=16

  2. anonymous
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    woah

  3. anonymous
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    do you know what i did?

  4. anonymous
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    not at all

  5. anonymous
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    16 is the number that defected. it should be 2000-16=1984

  6. anonymous
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    r we gonna hav a debate here

  7. anonymous
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    first i found the percentage that have no defects (496/500) then i subtracted i from it to find the percentage with defects (1-.992) then multiply by the 2000

  8. anonymous
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    lol..no sweetie. juz wanna tell u the answer. so better i dont answer ur questions.

  9. anonymous
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    wait anfar is right i found the defects for 2000

  10. anonymous
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    sorry

  11. anonymous
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    so its D

  12. anonymous
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    ITS OKAY

  13. anonymous
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    yeah

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