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 Probability tree - two switches failing 2007-06-05 Maura pose la question :draw a probability to show the outcomes of two new switches (a) of both switches being faulty (b)both switches are not faulty (c) that one switch is faulty. The failure rate is 1/10.Stephen La Rocque lui répond. The bathtub curve 2005-10-13 David pose la question :My father asked me to submit a question about the so-called 'bathtub curve'. If you cut a bathtub in half lengthwise down it's middle, the edge of the tub would describe the 'bathtub curve' which can be used to demonstrate typical failure rates of products. This curve is characterised by high initial (infant mortality) failure rates at it's beginning, which drop quickly to a very low level. Failures then increase gradually to the "end of life" stage where the failure rate takes off dramatically again. If anyone in the math department knows about the so-called 'bathtub curve' my father would really appreciate the equation. Chris Fisher and Edward Doolittle lui répond.

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