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Three archers each have an equal chance of hitting a target, and if only two of the three shoot the likelihood of the two hitting the target is 4/9 . What is the likelihood of all three men missing the target?

Three archers each have an equal chance of hitting a target, and if only two of the three shoot the likelihood of the two hitting the target is 4/9 . What is the likelihood of all three men missing the target?

(A) 1/27 (B) 16/81 (C) 8/27 (D) 19/27 (E) 26/27

Let the probability of an archer hitting a target be x. Then the probability of two hitting the target will be P=x*x=\frac{4}{9} --> x=\frac{2}{3}, so the probability of an archer missing the target will be P=1-\frac{2}{3}=\frac{1}{3}.

The probability of all three men missing the target will be P=(\frac{1}{3})^3=\frac{1}{27}.

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