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# Montreal_Problem - Lecture May 19th 2010 Montreal Problem...

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Lecture May. 19 th 2010

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Montreal Problem James Bay Chenier Duvernay Chateauguay Montreal Boucher- ville Hertel
Montreal Problem Problem:

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Details… Electrical lines are denoted by: And each line has a time to failure denoted by Ti where i is the number next to the line (i.e. from the picture, T1). James Bay Chenier 1
Assumptions 1) No one fixes the transmission lines. 2) Life expectancy is 20 years on average. The lifetime is exponentially distributed with rate 1/20. Note: The first assumption is invalid and will lead to large issues.

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Assumptions 1) No one fixes the transmission lines. 2) Life expectancy is 20 years on average. The lifetime is exponentially distributed with rate 1/20. Note: The first assumption is invalid and will lead to large issues.
Montreal Problem James Bay Chenier Duvernay Chateauguay Montreal Boucher- ville Hertel 1 2 8 7 5 3 4 6

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Path that will lead to Montreal getting power: A) {1,2,4,8} B) {1,2,3,8} C) {1,2,3,4,8} D) {1,2,6,8} E) None of the above
How many paths are there? A) 1

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