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A company manufactures CD drives that theoretically experience disc-read errors 1.2% of the time. If a CD drive is tested for 250 read operations and fails 4 times, the empirical probability that a CD drive will fail is %. If the theoretical model is valid, the company would expect the empirical probability to decrease as the number of read operations .

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Let P= error

n = number of operations

P = .016

n = 250

Multiply P and n

.016 (250) = 4

The number of times it may fail is 4.
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