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Please help, confused about the part in bold (Poisson process)

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As usual when you see the phrase “at least one”, it’s going to be easiest to compute the complementary event “none”.

What’s the probability that it doesn’t happen in hour 1? That is, that there are less than two micrometeors in hour 1?

What is the probability that happens in hour 2?

What is the probability that happens in each hour of the next 5?

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