It is known that, on average, a predatory fish catches 1 prey in 10 minutes. Find the

probability that the fish will catch 8 preys in an hour.

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2022-07-05

It is known that, on average, a predatory fish catches 1 prey in 10 minutes. Find the

probability that the fish will catch 8 preys in an hour.

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