Question: The Great Lakes Company a grocery store chain purchases apples

The Great Lakes Company, a grocery store chain, purchases apples from a produce distributor in Virginia. The grocery company has an agreement with the distributor that it desires shipments of 10,000 apples with no more than 2% defectives (i.e., severely blemished apples), although it will accept shipments with up to a maximum of 8% defective. The probability of rejecting a good lot is set at 0.05, whereas the probability of accepting a bad-quality lot is 0.10. Determine a sampling plan that will approximately achieve these quality performance criteria and the operating characteristic curve.


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