What is the probability that the supervisor will inspect between two and six (inclusive) telephone orders before finding an error?

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One store notes that the probability of some type of error in a telephone order is 0.2. A supervisor randomly selects telephone orders and carefully inspects each one.
What is the probability that the supervisor will inspect between two and six (inclusive) telephone orders before finding an error?

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