(solution) A local newspaper has conducted a telephone survey in a neighbourhood with 900 dwellings and…

(solution) A local newspaper has conducted a telephone survey in a neighbourhood with 900 dwellings and…

A local newspaper has conducted a telephone survey in a neighbourhood with 900 dwellings and discovered that 60 per cent of the households surveyed oppose the development of an office complex. The planning authority arranges personal interviews with eight households chosen at random in its own survey. What is the likelihood of the planning authority finding: a. Six or more households in favour of the development? b. At most two households in favour?