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Montreal Problem - Review May 21, 2010

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Montreal Problem James Bay Chenier Duvernay Chateauguay Montreal Boucher- ville Hertel
Montreal Problem Problem: In 1997 power was lost to Montreal due to an ice storm. Officials were curious as to why this happened.

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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
All Paths How many paths are there? A) 1 B) 2 C) 3 D) 4 E) None of the above

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All Paths Let Pi denote the life time of a path. Then Pi is the ____ of the lifetimes of each transmission line:

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Unformatted text preview: A) maximum B) minimum All Paths Let Li denote the life time of electricity going to Montreal. Then Li is the ____ of the lifetimes of each transmission path: A) maximum B) minimum 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. 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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