Question: Glass bottles are formed by pouring molten glass into a

Glass bottles are formed by pouring molten glass into a mold. The molten glass is prepared in a furnace lined with firebrick. As the firebrick wears, small pieces of brick are mixed into the molten glass and finally appear as defects (called “stones”) in the bottle. If we can assume that stones occur randomly at the rate of 0.00001 per bottle, what is the probability that a bottle selected at random will contain at least one such defect?



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