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Find the reliability function for the electric circuit shown below. You can assume that all the components are identical with constant failure rate ....

1. Find the reliability function for the electric circuit shown below. You can assume that all the components are identical with constant failure rate . (See attached file)

2. Find the probability of failure for the system of Problem 1 using the fault-tree approach with the rare event approximation and p = 0.99. Also find the importance of failures through . Construct the fault-tree in terms of the Top Event "NO SIGNAL AT EXIT" and the intermediate events "COMPONENT # RECEIVES NO SIGNAL" (NCR#), "COMPONENT # OUTPUTS NO SIGNAL" (NCO#) and the basic events "COMPONENT # FAILS" (F#). Assume that there is always signal at input.

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1. Find the reliability function for the electric circuit shown below. You can assume that all the
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