Question

- Use the table below that is provided to determine the
probability that a computerized system fails due to a
**Lack of Training:**

Assume all causes of failure of the system are totally independent:

Causes for System Failure |
Probability Failure |

Design |
.40 |

Practices and Procedures |
.20 |

Lack of Supervision |
.10 |

Lack of Training |
.30 |

Totals |
100% |

- Use the table below that is provided to determine the
probability that a computerized system fails due to
**Design or Supervision**:

Assume all causes of failure of the system are totally independent:

Causes for System Failure |
Probability Failure |

Design |
.40 |

Practices and Procedures |
.20 |

Lack of Supervision |
.10 |

Lack of Training |
.30 |

Totals |
100% |

3. What is the probability that there is no error in the production of masks when a sample of 1,200 masks found that 100 were defective?

Answer #1

a) The probability that a computerized system fails due to a
Lack of Training is seen directly from the given probability
distribution table as: 0.3. **therefore 0.3 is the required
probability here.**

b) The probability that a computerized system fails due to
Design or Supervision is computed here as:

= P(design) + P( supervision)

= 0.4 + 0.1 = 0.5

**Therefore 0.5 is the required probability
here.**

c) Probability of no error here is computed as:

= Number of masks with no error/ Total masks produced

= (1200 - 100) / 1200

= 11/12

**Therefore 11/12 is the required probability
here.**

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