A garment factory produces 8 000 shirts daily. Upon examining a sample of 1 600 shirts, 50 defective ones were found. Calculate the number of defective shirts that can be found in a daily production.
Step 1: Find the percentage of defective shirts in the sample.
Divide the number of defective shirts in the sample by the number
of shirts in the sample.
Step 2: Find the expected number of defective shirts in a daily
Multiply the total number of shirts produced each day by the
probability that a shirt is defective.