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An airline would like to know the probability of a piece of passenger’s luggage weighing more than 40 pounds. To learn this probability, a baggage handler picks off every 20th bag from the conveyor and weighs it. Do you think these data allow the airline to use the Law of Large Numbers eventually to learn P (luggage weighs more than 40 pounds)?


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