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A machine needs 2 of its gears replaced. You find 2 gears, one manufactured 5 years ago and the other manufactured 10 years ago. The specifications sheet says that the chance of failure is 5% after 5 years and increases to 8% after 10 years. If the gears on the machine are in no way linked to each other, what are the chances that both will fail?

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0.2%
0.9%
40%
7.5%
0.4%

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multiply \[0.05\times 0.08\] then turn your answer in to a percent

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i get \[0.004\] or \[0.4\%\]

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