Three shooters shoot, each time, on the same target. The first hit the target with 0.7, the second with 0.8, and the third with 0.9 probability. What is the probability of hitting the target:
a) just once
b) at least once
c) at least twice
a) just once
b) at least once
c) at least twice
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