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## A watch uses two electronic circuits (ECs). Each EC has a failure probability of 0.1 in one year of operation. Both ECs are required for functioning of the watch. The probability of the watch functioning for one year without failure

## (A) 0.99 (B) 0.90 (C) 0.81 (D) 0.80

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