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The demand placed on a system is described by a lognormally distributed random variable with mean 50 and standard deviation of 10. The capacity of the system is modeled by a Weibull random variable with mean 62 and standard deviation of 14.
Compute the probability of failure of this system using the Monte Carlo simulation technique.
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