SOLUTION: Suppose that a classroom has 10 sets of lights. The probability that one of the lights work is 0.6. Suppose that each light works independently of the others. What is the probabili

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 Click here to see ALL problems on Probability-and-statistics Question 219593: Suppose that a classroom has 10 sets of lights. The probability that one of the lights work is 0.6. Suppose that each light works independently of the others. What is the probability that all of the lights work? Round your answer to four decimals places.Answer by stanbon(57387)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!Suppose that a classroom has 10 sets of lights. The probability that one of the lights work is 0.6. Suppose that each light works independently of the others. What is the probability that all of the lights work? Round your answer to four decimals places. ---------- If they are independent you multiply the probabilities and get: 0.6^10 = 0.00604.. Cheers, Stan H.