Question

Suppose that the probability that a passenger will miss a flight is 0.0976. Airlines do not...

Suppose that the probability that a passenger will miss a flight is 0.0976. Airlines do not like flights with empty​ seats, but it is also not desirable to have overbooked flights because passengers must be​ "bumped" from the flight. Suppose that an airplane has a seating capacity of 59 passengers.

​(a) If 61 tickets are​ sold, what is the probability that 60 or 61 passengers show up for the flight resulting in an overbooked​ flight?

The probability of an overbooked flight is (BLANK)

​(b) Suppose that 65 tickets are sold. What is the probability that a passenger will have to be​ "bumped"?

The probability that a passenger will have to be bumped is (BLANK)

​(c) For a plane with seating capacity of 58 ​passengers, how many tickets may be sold to keep the probability of a passenger being​ "bumped" below 5​%?

The largest number of tickets that can be sold while keeping the probability of a passenger being​ "bumped" below 5​% is (BLANK)