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A manufacturer of LCD panels used in computer displays has decided to ship only panels with at most one defective pixel. Defective pixels are the result of randomly located flaws in the glass used to make the panel. To be profitable, the manufacturer must ship 85% of its panels. If an LCD panel has 1,024 × 768 = 786,432 pixels, how small must the chance for a defective pixel be in order for the probability of shipping a panel to be 0.90?


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