Question: The mileage death rate for motorcycle riders has been estimated

The mileage death rate for motorcycle riders has been estimated to be about 39 deaths per 100 million miles of motorcycle travel. A national motorcycling association has 1200 members who travel a total of 2 million miles each year on their motorcycles. What is the probability that the next highway fatality experienced by the association will not occur until more than a year from now? Until more than 2 years from now?

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