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Question 6

A hotel has 180 rooms. Past experience shows that only 84% of people who reserve rooms actually show up. If the hotel takes 200 reservations, what is the chance there will be enough rooms for the people who actually show up?

(Hint: You want to find the chance that, in the sample of 200 reservations, the percentage of those who show up will be 90% (180/200) or less, knowing that true population percentage is 84%.)

Approximately 95% chance

Approximately 99% chance

Approximately 99.5% chance

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