An airline has 3 flights from Chicago to NY, Atlanta, and LA.
Let denote the event that the New York flight is full
and define events and analogously.
and the three events are independent.
Compute the following probabilities:
(a) (i) all 3 flights are full. (ii) at least one flight is not full.
. . . . Yes!
. . . . Right!
(b) (i) only the New York flight is full. (ii) exactly one of the three flights is full.