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An airline knows that the probability a person holding a reservation on a certain flight will not appear is 10%. The plane holds 90 people.

a) If 95 reservations have been solf, find the prob. that the airline will be able o accommodate everyone appearing on the plane.

b) How many reservatiosn should be sold so that the ariline can accomodate everyone who appears for the flight 99% of the time?

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# Airplane Problem

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