A bus company has records showing that its buses arrive on time 95% of the time. Suppose the company operates 65 bus trips each day. The Manager has asked for the probability that 60 or more of these buses arrive on time. Use the binomial distribution to determine the probability that 60 or more buses arrive on time.

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