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5) The principle of redundancy is used when
system reliability is improved through
redundant or backup components. Assume
that your alarm clock has a 0.9 probability of
working on any given morning.
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5) The principle of redundancy is used when system reliability is improved through redundant or backup components. Assume that your alarm clock has a 0.9 probability of working on any given morning.

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