# Distribution 2645

The worker operates 600 spindles on which the yarn is wound. The probability of tearing the yarn on each spindle at time t is 0.005.

a) Determine the probability distribution of the number of torn spindles at time t and the mean and variance.

b) What is the probability that no more than five spindles will burst in time t?

a) Determine the probability distribution of the number of torn spindles at time t and the mean and variance.

b) What is the probability that no more than five spindles will burst in time t?

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