Ref : Design For Six Sigma Statistics (3.1.4.3)

A process engineer is performing a quality check on a large batch of incoming material. He is asuming the proable defective rate is 4% ( p=0.04) based on the past record.

Since every time he draw 5 sample ( n = 5 ) for his inspection, what would be the probability of selecting at least 1 defective part ?

If the selection has at least 1 defective part, then, it could be also containing 2, 3, 4 or 5 defective part as well.

Therefore, the probability is the sum of 5 Binomial probability expression, one for each of possibilities.

A process engineer is performing a quality check on a large batch of incoming material. He is asuming the proable defective rate is 4% ( p=0.04) based on the past record.

Since every time he draw 5 sample ( n = 5 ) for his inspection, what would be the probability of selecting at least 1 defective part ?

__Solution__If the selection has at least 1 defective part, then, it could be also containing 2, 3, 4 or 5 defective part as well.

Therefore, the probability is the sum of 5 Binomial probability expression, one for each of possibilities.

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