If y = 2, to find the value of y + 6, we need to substitute the value of y (2) into the expression y + 6. Substituting 2 for y, we get the equation 2 + 6. Since 2 + 6 = 8, that means that substituting y = 2 into the expression y + 6, we get 8.
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Given : The average number of phone inquiries per day at the poison control center :
The Poisson distribution function is given by :-
Then , the probability that it will receive exactly 4 calls on a given day is given by (Put and ) :-
Hence, the required probability : 0.0902