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A construction company orders 7,700 light bulbs for a new office building. If the probability of a light bulb being defective is 1.9%, predict how many of the light bulbs are likely to be defective.

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    Is it 1,463?

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    I got 146.3.

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    Number of light bulb to be defective = total number of light bulb * P(defective light bulb)

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