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11) are y1 = í5 and y2 = í8. 11). 5 Newton Method Newton’s method is a widely used method to approximate the real roots of an equation that involves obtaining successive approximations. 12) where the prime (ƍ ) denotes differentiation with respect to x. xn is the value of the nth approximation. The method is demonstrated through the following example. 16) we chose x1 = 5 as the first approximation. 099. 13). 4 Boolean Algebra Laws and Probability Properties Boolean algebra is named after mathematician George Boole (1813–1864).
3 Normal Distribution Although normal distribution was discovered by De Moivre in 1733, time to time it is also referred to as Gaussian distribution after German mathematician, Carl Friedrich Gauss (1777–1855). 46) where t is the time variable. ȝ and ı are the distribution parameters (i. , mean and standard deviation, respectively). 4 Gamma Distribution The Gamma Distribution is a two-parameter distribution, and in 1961 it was considered as a possible model in life test problems . The distribution probability density function is defined by f (t ) where t K ī (K) 1 O T O (O t ) K 1 *( K ) is time.
M Ȝ is the unit constant failure rate. 5 Assume that a system is composed of three active, independent, and identical units, and at least two units must work normally for the system success. 0004 failures per hour. 3 hours. 4 Standby System In the case of the standby system, only one unit operates and m units are kept in their standby mode. As soon as the operating unit fails, the switching mechanism detects the failure and turns on one of the standbys. The system contains a total of (m + 1) units and it fails when all the m standby units fail.