In a certain population, 18% of the people have Rh-negative blood. A blood bank serving this population receives 95 blood donors on a particular day.
So my teacher posted a solution to a problem below which solves the probability of getting 10 or less donors that are Rh-negative. I was wondering if I wanted to instead find the probability of 10 or MORE donors that are Rh-negative, how would I do so?
This was my attempt from following the teacher's logic
p(x≥10) = p(x>9.5) = 1 - p(Z>((9.5-17.1)/3.745)) = 1 - (Z>-2.03) = 1 - 0.2118 = 0.7882