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There are 100 start ups.
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There are 100 start ups.

Each of them succeeds with a 1% probability.

Q1) What is the probability that one of the startups succeeds?

Q2) What is the probability that one or more of the startups succeed?
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If it's established that "Each of them succeeds" prior to them actually trying, then 100% for both.
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50%
they do or they dont
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>>7811587
>>7811604
>Each of them succeeds with a 1% probability.

There is a 1/100 chance for each of them, that they succeed.
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>>7811587
both questions are the same, unless you specify that in Q1) EXACTLY one startup succeeds.

if one or more succeeds, then one startup does succeed. and vice versa.
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>>7811587
Who is Bernoulli and what is his scheme
1)C(1,100)*0.01*0.99^99
2)1-0.99^100
Next time do your own homework.
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>>7811587
There are two boobs

Each of them has a 1℅ chance of being touched by my hand.

Which one do I choose?
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>>7811636
You will choose both.
But you won't do it because you're too scared.
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>>7811638
You're damned right, anon. Just look at those things, they're ginormous.