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My question

In Example 2 on the linked page, you state that the average number of flaws is 46/20, but where did you get the number 46 from?

Thanks for clearing this up.

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13. Poisson Probability Distribution

What I've done so far

Worked through this and other examples

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In Example 2 on the linked page, you state that the average number of flaws is 46/20, but where did you get the number 46 from?

Thanks for clearing this up.
Relevant page

<a href="/counting-probability/13-poisson-probability-distribution.php">13. Poisson Probability Distribution</a>

What I've done so far

Worked through this and other examples

Re: Poisson probability

Hi Daniel

I've amended the solution - hope it makes more sense now.

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Hi Daniel

I've amended the solution - hope it makes more sense now.

Re: Poisson probability

Yes, I can see it now. Thanks a lot.

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Yes, I can see it now. Thanks a lot.

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