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A baker who makes fresh cheesecakes daily sells an average of five such cakes per day. How many cheesecakes should he make each day so that the probability of running out and losing one or more sales is less than .10? Assume that the number of cheesecakes sold each day follows a Poisson probability distribution. You may use the Poisson probabilities table from Appendix C.



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