# Overbooking flight

A small regional carrier accepted 12 reservations for a particular flight with 11 seats. Seven reservations went to regular customers who would arrive for the flight. Each remaining passenger will arrive for the flight with a 49% chance, independently of each other.

(Report answers accurate to 4 decimal places. )

A. Find the probability that overbooking occurs.

B. Find the probability that the flight has empty seats.

(Report answers accurate to 4 decimal places. )

A. Find the probability that overbooking occurs.

B. Find the probability that the flight has empty seats.

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