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# Interest centers around the life of an electronic component. Suppose it is known that the probability that the component survives for more than 6000 hours is 0.42. ...

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###### Interest centers around the life of an electronic component. Suppose it is known that the probability that the component survives for more than 6000 hours is 0.42. Suppose also that the probability that the component survives no longer than 4000 hours is 0.04.(a) What is the probability that the life of the component is less than or equal to 6000 hours?(b) What is the probability that the life is greater than 4000 hours?

Interest centers around the life of an electronic component. Suppose it is known that the probability that the component survives for more than 6000 hours is 0.42. Suppose also that the probability that the component survives no longer than 4000 hours is 0.04. (a) What is the probability that the life of the component is less than or equal to 6000 hours? (b) What is the probability that the life is greater than 4000 hours? #### Similar Solved Questions

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