Component fulfil this requirement, Computer Engineering

A component has the time to failure distribution that is modelled as the Weibull distribution with shape parameter 3 and scale parameter of 36 months. This component is planned to be deployed for a mission of 6 months at a time. If the needed mission reliability is 0.85, will a latest component fulfil this requirement?

Place the mission reliability versus of the age of the system and justify the age at which the component should be replaced.

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