Question

Asked Mar 9, 2019

In general, after a group makes a reservation at a restaurant, they do not show up 20% of the time.

If a restaurant has 8 reservations for the evening, what is the probability that **more than two** do not show up?

Step 1

**Multiplication rule for independent events:**

If two events *A *and *B *are independent then the multiplication rule state that:

Step 2

**Find the probability that more than two do not show up:**

The probability that the reservations at the restaurant do not show up is 0.20 (=20%) and there were 8 reservations. The even...

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