The simplest error detection scheme used in data communication is parity-checking. Usually messages sent consist of characters, each character consists of a number of bits (a bit is the smallest unit of information and is either 1 or 0). In parity-checking, a 1 or 0 is appended to the end of each character at the transmitter to make the total number of 1â€™s even. The receiver checks the number of 1â€™s in every character received, and if the result is odd it signals an error. Suppose that each bit is received correctly with probabaility 0.999, independently of other bits. What is the probability that a 7-bit character is received in error, but the error is not detected by the parity check?