Consider a Poisson distribution with μ = 5. If needed, round your answer to four decimal digits.
(a)  Choose the appropriate Poisson probability mass function.  


 Select your answer Option (i)Option (ii)Option (iii)Option (iv)Item 1  
(b)  Compute f(2).  
(c)  Compute f(1).  
(d)  Compute P(x ≥ 2).  
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