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If you have a problem with your creditor, the best solution is to: A. file a lawsuit against the creditor. B. solve your problem directly with the creditor. C. complain to the Federal Reserve
System. D. complain to the Board of Governors.
A. file a lawsuit against the creditor.
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A construction company orders 2900 new light bulbs for a new office building. If the probability of a light bulb being defective is 1.9%, predict how many of the light bulbs are likely to be defective. Round your answer to the nearest whole number. A. 55 light bulbs B. 69 light bulbs C. 46 light bulbs D. 551 light bulbs
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2900 * .019 = 55.1
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