# Probability 80560

I have 3 sources, and their failure probability is 0.1. Calculate the probability that:

a) none will have a malfunction

b) 1 will have a breakdown

c) at least 1 will have a fault

d) they will all have a breakdown

a) none will have a malfunction

b) 1 will have a breakdown

c) at least 1 will have a fault

d) they will all have a breakdown

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