To pass a quality control inspection, the products at a factory must contain no critical defects, no more than 2.5% of products can contain major defects, and no more than 4% of products can contain minor defects. There are 40,000 products being shipped from a factory. Each inspector randomly samples 125 products. The table shows the results. Type of Defect Critical Major Minor Inspector A 0 2 5 Inspector B 0 1 6 Inspector C 0 3 3 Inspector D 0 5 6 a. Use each sample to make an estimate for the number of products with minor defects at the factory. Describe the center and the variation of the estimates. The estimated number of products with minor defects at the factory is . The estimates have a median of minor defects and a range of defects. Question 2 b. Use the samples to make an estimate for the percent of products with minor defects, with major defects, and with critical defects at the factory. Critical defects: % Major defects: % Minor defects: % Question 3 Does the factory pass inspection? Responses yes – correct yes yes no – no response given no no Question 4 Explain.