TV fail

The TV has after 10,000 hours average 35 failures. Determine the probability of TV failure after 400 hours of operation.

Correct answer:

p =  75.4 %

Step-by-step explanation:

p1=35/10000=72000=0.0035 p2=1p1=10.0035=0.9965  p=100 (1p2400)=100 (10.9965400)=75.4%

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