Flip a coin 10 times and it might come up heads two, three, seven or eight times, rather than the expected five times. Flip the same coin a thousand times, and it will come up heads much closer to the expected 50% of flips. This also occurs when stocking parts to deal with unexpected breakdowns. The...
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