A machine at Keats Corporation fills 64-ounce detergent jugs. The probability distribution of the amount of detergent in these jugs is normal with a mean of 64 ounces and a standard deviation of .4 ounce. The quality control inspector takes a sample of 16 jugs once a week and measures the amount of detergent in these jugs. If the mean of this sample is either less than 63.75 ounces or greater than 64.25 ounces, the inspector concludes that the machine needs an adjustment. What is the probability that based on a sample of 16 jugs, the inspector will conclude that the machine needs an adjustment when actually it does not?