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Airlines Often Sell More Tickets for a Flight Than There

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Airlines often sell more tickets for a flight than there are seats because some ticket holders do not show up for the flight. Assume that an airplane has 170 seats for passengers and that the probability that a person holding a ticket appears for the flight is 0.93. If the airline sells 176 tickets, what is the probability that everyone who appears for the flight will get a seat?


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