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# A string of lightbulbs is wired in such a way that if any

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A string of lightbulbs is wired in such a way that if any individual lightbulb fails, the entire string fails. If for each individual lightbulb the probability of failing during the time period T is 0.06, what is the probability that the string of lightbulbs will fail during time period T?

A) 0.06

B) (0.06)^10

C) 1 - (0.06)^10

D) (0.94)^10

E) 1 - (0.94)^10

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01 May 2017, 13:17
peterpark wrote:
A string of lightbulbs is wired in such a way that if any individual lightbulb fails, the entire string fails. If for each individual lightbulb the probability of failing during the time period T is 0.06, what is the probability that the string of lightbulbs will fail during time period T?

A) 0.06

B) (0.06)^10

C) 1 - (0.06)^10

D) (0.94)^10

E) 1 - (0.94)^10

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