A​ fast-food chain randomly attaches coupons for prizes to the packages used to serve french fries. Most of the coupons say​ "Play again," but a few are winners. Of the​ coupons, 53 percent pay​ nothing, with the rest evenly divided between​ "Win a free order of​ fries" and​ "Win a free​ sundae." Complete parts​ (a) through​ (c) below.​(a) If each member of a family of three orders fries with her or his​ meal, what is the probability that someone in the family is a​ winner?The probability is ​(Round to three decimal places as​ needed.)​(b) What is the probability that one member of the family of three orders fries with her or his​ meal, what is the probability that someone in the family is a​ winner? The probability is nothing. ​(Round to three decimal places as​ needed.)

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A​ fast-food chain randomly attaches coupons for prizes to the packages used to serve french fries. Most of the coupons say​ "Play again," but a few are winners. Of the​ coupons, 53 percent pay​ nothing, with the rest evenly divided between​ "Win a free order of​ fries" and​ "Win a free​ sundae." Complete parts​ (a) through​ (c) below.​(a) If each member of a family of three orders fries with her or his​ meal, what is the probability that someone in the family is a​ winner?The probability is ​(Round to three decimal places as​ needed.)​(b) What is the probability that one member of the family of three orders fries with her or his​ meal, what is the probability that someone in the family is a​ winner? The probability is nothing. ​(Round to three decimal places as​ needed.)

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A​ fast-food chain randomly attaches coupons for prizes to the packages used to serve french fries. Most of the coupons say​ "Play again," but a few are winners. Of the​ coupons, 53 percent pay​ nothing, with the rest evenly divided between​ "Win a free order of​ fries" and​ "Win a free​ sundae." Complete parts​ (a) through​ (c) below.​(a) If each member of a family of three orders fries with her or his​ meal, what is the probability that someone in the family is a​ winner?The probability is ​(Round to three decimal places as​ needed.)​(b) What is the probability that one member of the family of three orders fries with her or his​ meal, what is the probability that someone in the family is a​ winner? The probability is nothing. ​(Round to three decimal places as​ needed.)
well, what is the total probability of all events?

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im so lost
what are your thoughts? we need something to work with ...
​(a) If each member of a family of three orders fries with her or his​ meal, what is the probability that someone in the family is a​ winner? The probability is 0.8510 ​(Round to three decimal places as​ needed.) ​(b) What is the probability that one member of the family gets a free order of fries and another gets the​ sundae? The third wins nothing. The probability is 1756. ​(Round to four decimal places as​ needed.)
part a seems binomial to me
and im lost on c
well, it helps if you post it here instead ... (c) The fries normally cost​ $1 and the sundae​ $2. What are the chances of the family winning​ $5 or more in​ prizes?
how many ways can we win prizes of 5 or more?
5*3
ssf and sss are the only combinations that are 5 or more in value, right?
yes
so if you can do partb, then partc is the same process i believe
What is the probability that one member of the family gets a sundae and another gets the​ sundae? The third wins fries? add that to: What is the probability that one member of the family gets a sundae and another gets the​ sundae? The third wins sundae?
im lost
how can you be lost ... you already worked out partb and this is the same process
since the process is the same, and you have already worked it out for another part .... rework it

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