In group testing for a certain rare virus, a blood sample is taken from each of n individuals, and part of each sample is placed in a common pool. If the result on the pool is negative, no further testing would be needed. If the combined result is positive, each individual sample is tested, requiring in total n + 1 tests. If the virus is present in an individual blood sample with probability 5%, and n = 10, compute the expected number of tests needed (assume independence).