### Probability that exactly six people will use machine

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On an average six people per hour use an electronic teller machine during the prime shopping hours in a department store. What is the probability that

(i) Exactly six people will use the machine during a randomly selected hour.
(ii) Fewer than five people will use the machine during a randomly selected hour

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