Well this translates into: find the smallest such that:

where the rv the number of successes in independent trials with probability of success in a single trial of . Now given the title of this thread I assume we are supposed to use a normal approximation to the binomial to do this, in which case we have:

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of the probabilty mass of a normal RV is contained within standard deviations of the mean, so if we have:

which will allow you to find the smallest for which this is true.

Now you can do the case where yourself.

CB