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When printing color inserts for newspapers, it sometimes happens that the registration of the print colors is imperfect. (This results in the different colors not being aligned properly, so the image is blurry.) Suppose that in a run of 1707 one-page inserts, 68 have registration errors. If 12 inserts are chosen at random, what is the probability that at least one of them has a color registration error?
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ISHAN U FRM WHERE
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68 = 1707 ? = 12 it is 0.47 which is half of them it can be rounded to none of them
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