# The store is supplied with bottled mineral water from 2

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The task of the theory of probability
The store is supplied with bottled mineral water from 2 manufacturers: local and non-resident, with local supplies 40% of all products. The probability that during transport the broken bottle would be for the local 0.5% and 2% of nonresident.
What is the probability that a bottle would be taken at random unsplit.
What is the expected proportion (in%) of broken bottles.

The task of the theory of probability
The store is supplied with bottled mineral water from 2 manufacturers: local and non-resident, with local supplies 40% of all products. The probability that during transport the broken bottle would be for the local 0.5% and 2% of nonresident.
What is the probability that a bottle would be taken at random unsplit.
What is the expected proportion (in%) of broken bottles.

The task of the theory of probability
The store is supplied with bottled mineral water from 2 manufacturers: local and non-resident, with local supplies 40% of all products. The probability that during transport the broken bottle would be for the local 0.5% and 2% of nonresident.
What is the probability that a bottle would be taken at random unsplit.
What is the expected proportion (in%) of broken bottles.

The task of the theory of probability
The store is supplied with bottled mineral water from 2 manufacturers: local and non-resident, with local supplies 40% of all products. The probability that during transport the broken bottle would be for the local 0.5% and 2% of nonresident.
What is the probability that a bottle would be taken at random unsplit.
What is the expected proportion (in%) of broken bottles.

The task of the theory of probability
The store is supplied with bottled mineral water from 2 manufacturers: local and non-resident, with local supplies 40% of all products. The probability that during transport the broken bottle would be for the local 0.5% and 2% of nonresident.
What is the probability that a bottle would be taken at random unsplit.
What is the expected proportion (in%) of broken bottles.

The task of the theory of probability
The store is supplied with bottled mineral water from 2 manufacturers: local and non-resident, with local supplies 40% of all products. The probability that during transport the broken bottle would be for the local 0.5% and 2% of nonresident.
What is the probability that a bottle would be taken at random unsplit.
What is the expected proportion (in%) of broken bottles.

The task of the theory of probability
The store is supplied with bottled mineral water from 2 manufacturers: local and non-resident, with local supplies 40% of all products. The probability that during transport the broken bottle would be for the local 0.5% and 2% of nonresident.
What is the probability that a bottle would be taken at random unsplit.
What is the expected proportion (in%) of broken bottles.

The task of the theory of probability
The store is supplied with bottled mineral water from 2 manufacturers: local and non-resident, with local supplies 40% of all products. The probability that during transport the broken bottle would be for the local 0.5% and 2% of nonresident.
What is the probability that a bottle would be taken at random unsplit.
What is the expected proportion (in%) of broken bottles.

The task of the theory of probability
The store is supplied with bottled mineral water from 2 manufacturers: local and non-resident, with local supplies 40% of all products. The probability that during transport the broken bottle would be for the local 0.5% and 2% of nonresident.
What is the probability that a bottle would be taken at random unsplit.
What is the expected proportion (in%) of broken bottles.

The task of the theory of probability
The store is supplied with bottled mineral water from 2 manufacturers: local and non-resident, with local supplies 40% of all products. The probability that during transport the broken bottle would be for the local 0.5% and 2% of nonresident.
What is the probability that a bottle would be taken at random unsplit.
What is the expected proportion (in%) of broken bottles.

The task of the theory of probability
The store is supplied with bottled mineral water from 2 manufacturers: local and non-resident, with local supplies 40% of all products. The probability that during transport the broken bottle would be for the local 0.5% and 2% of nonresident.
What is the probability that a bottle would be taken at random unsplit.
What is the expected proportion (in%) of broken bottles.

The task of the theory of probability
The store is supplied with bottled mineral water from 2 manufacturers: local and non-resident, with local supplies 40% of all products. The probability that during transport the broken bottle would be for the local 0.5% and 2% of nonresident.
What is the probability that a bottle would be taken at random unsplit.
What is the expected proportion (in%) of broken bottles.

The task of the theory of probability
The store is supplied with bottled mineral water from 2 manufacturers: local and non-resident, with local supplies 40% of all products. The probability that during transport the broken bottle would be for the local 0.5% and 2% of nonresident.
What is the probability that a bottle would be taken at random unsplit.
What is the expected proportion (in%) of broken bottles.

The task of the theory of probability
The store is supplied with bottled mineral water from 2 manufacturers: local and non-resident, with local supplies 40% of all products. The probability that during transport the broken bottle would be for the local 0.5% and 2% of nonresident.
What is the probability that a bottle would be taken at random unsplit.
What is the expected proportion (in%) of broken bottles.

The task of the theory of probability
The store is supplied with bottled mineral water from 2 manufacturers: local and non-resident, with local supplies 40% of all products. The probability that during transport the broken bottle would be for the local 0.5% and 2% of nonresident.
What is the probability that a bottle would be taken at random unsplit.
What is the expected proportion (in%) of broken bottles.

The task of the theory of probability
The store is supplied with bottled mineral water from 2 manufacturers: local and non-resident, with local supplies 40% of all products. The probability that during transport the broken bottle would be for the local 0.5% and 2% of nonresident.
What is the probability that a bottle would be taken at random unsplit.
What is the expected proportion (in%) of broken bottles.

The task of the theory of probability
The store is supplied with bottled mineral water from 2 manufacturers: local and non-resident, with local supplies 40% of all products. The probability that during transport the broken bottle would be for the local 0.5% and 2% of nonresident.
What is the probability that a bottle would be taken at random unsplit.
What is the expected proportion (in%) of broken bottles.

The task of the theory of probability
The store is supplied with bottled mineral water from 2 manufacturers: local and non-resident, with local supplies 40% of all products. The probability that during transport the broken bottle would be for the local 0.5% and 2% of nonresident.
What is the probability that a bottle would be taken at random unsplit.
What is the expected proportion (in%) of broken bottles.

The task of the theory of probability
The store is supplied with bottled mineral water from 2 manufacturers: local and non-resident, with local supplies 40% of all products. The pro

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