The British Columbia Institute of Technology provides on its Web site (www.math.bcit.ca) practical applications of statistics to mechanical engineering. The following is a Poisson application. A roll of plastic-coated wire has an average of .8 flaws per 4-meter length of wire. Suppose a quality control engineer will sample a 4-meter length of wire from a roll of wire 220 meters in length. If no flaws are found in the sample, the engineer will accept the entire roll of wire. What is the probability that the roll will be rejected? What assumption did you make to find this probability?
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