Hey folks, I've hit my very weak spot. Probability and Statistics

I have a problem here, and I REALLY want to use $\displaystyle binomcdf(n,p,k)$ but it's not giving me the right answer, and I've tried using $\displaystyle binompdf(n,p,k)$ and $\displaystyle P(x success)=_{n}C_{k}P^k(1-P)^{n-k}$ all to no avail. I have the correct answer to reference, but I cannot for the life of me seem to get to it, any help would be appreciated!

The problem is this:

Right off the bat I think $\displaystyle P_{having a dish}=0.74$ and the first step to me seems like it should be using $\displaystyle binomcdf(50,0.74,42)$ because of the wordsIn one town, 74% of the homes have satellite dishes. A pollster randomly sampled 50 homeowners from the town. What is the probability that at least 42 of them have satellite dishes? Round your answer to 4 decimal places.at least, rather thanexactly.

This isn't working at all, the correct answer to the problem is $\displaystyle 0.0684$.

Again, any help or clarification at all would be great, thanks!