, 12.11.2019 04:31, kristineford198

When ryan is serving at a restaurant, there is a 0. 75 probability that each party will order drinks with their meal. during one hour, ryan served 6 parties. assuming bc that each party is equally likely to order drinks, what is the probability that at least one party will not order drinks?

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