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A sample of two printed circuit boards is selected without replacement from a batch. Describe the (ordered) sample space for each of the following batches: (a) The batch contains 90 boards that are not defective, eight boards with minor defects, and two boards with major defects. (b) The batch contains 90 boards that are not defective, eight boards with minor defects, and one board with major defects. 2-32. Counts of the Web pages provided by each of two computer servers in a selected hour of the day are recorded.
The following result is a useful, general calculation. Permutations of Similar Objects The number of permutations of n ϭ n1 ϩ n2 ϩ p ϩ nr objects of which n1 are of one type, n2 are of a second type, p , and nr are of an rth type is n! n1! n2! n3! p nr! EXAMPLE 2-11 Machine Shop Schedule Consider a machining operation in which a piece of sheet metal needs two identical-diameter holes drilled and two identical-size notches cut. We denote a drilling operation as d and a notching operation as n. In determining a schedule for a machine shop, we might be interested in the number of different possible sequences of the four operations.
What is the probability that part f appears in the sample?