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A multinational business unit has an examination system for the batches of ventilator units bought from dealers. A batch typically comprises 40 ventilators. In the inspection system, a random sample of 20 is selected and all are tested. Suppose there are 5 faulty ventilators in the batch of 40. What is the probability that for a given sample there will be 2 or less faulty ventilator?"

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