# If, in Prob. 9, a defective bolt is one that deviates from 1.00 cm by more than 0.06 cm, what percentage of defectives should we expect? Data from Prob. 9 If the diameter X [cm] of certain bolts has the density f(x) = k(x - 0.9)(1.1 - x) for 0.9 < x < 1.1 and 0 for other x.

Chapter 24, PROBLEM SET 24.6 #10

If, in Prob. 9, a defective bolt is one that deviates from 1.00 cm by more than 0.06 cm, what percentage of defectives should we expect?

**Data from Prob. 9**

If the diameter X [cm] of certain bolts has the density f(x) = k(x - 0.9)(1.1 - x) for 0.9 < x < 1.1 and 0 for other x.

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