A green grocer buys peaches in large consignments directly from a wholesaler.
In view of the perishable nature of the commodity, the green grocer accepts
that 15% of the supplied peaches will usually be unsalable. As he cannot check
all the peaches individually, he selects a single batch of 10 peaches on which to
base his decision of whether to purchase a large consignment or not. If no
more than two of these peaches are unsatisfactory, the green grocer purchases
(i) Identify situation (2 marks)
(ii) Determine the probability that under normal supply conditions, the
consignment is purchased.