# Question

The weekly demand X for propane gas (in thousands of gallons) has the pdf

If the stockpile consists of two thousand gallons at the beginning of each week (and nothing extra is received during the week), what is the probability of not being able to meet the demand during a given week?

If the stockpile consists of two thousand gallons at the beginning of each week (and nothing extra is received during the week), what is the probability of not being able to meet the demand during a given week?

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