Double probability

The probability of success of the planned action is 60%. What is the probability that success will be achieved at least once if this action is repeated twice?

Correct result:

p =  0.84

Solution:

p1=60%=60100=0.6  p=p1+p1p1 p1=0.6+0.60.6 0.6=2125=0.84



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