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The Business School at State University currently has three parking lots, each containing 155 spaces. Two hundred faculty members have been assigned to each lot. On a peak day, an average of 70% of all lot 1 parking sticker holders show up, an average of 72% of all lot 2 parking sticker holders show up, and an average of 74% of all lot 3 parking sticker holders show up. Suppose the number of people who show up at the three lots are highly correlated with correlation 0.9.Consider the case that each person can park only in the lot assigned to him or her (no pooling). Estimate the probability that on a peak day, at least one faculty member with a sticker will be unable to find a spot. Hint : The actual number of people showing up at parking lot 1 is modeled as a binomial random variable with n=200 and p=0.7. A. There is about a 11.3% chance of at least one person not finding a space. B. There is about a 0% chance of at least one person not finding a space. C. There is about a 2.9% chance of at least one person not finding a space. D. There is about a 14.8% chance of at least one person not finding a space.