totoal probability that all bulbs are not blown away is
(1-p) ^ n ...
so probability that atleast one blown away = total probability that all bulbs are blown away = 1 - (1-p)^n
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There are "n" bulbs wired in line so that if any one bulb is dead, all "n" bulb will not light up accordingly. Assuming a probability "p" that one bulb is blown or dead, what is a probability that all "n" bulbs will not light up? The probability "p" is equivalent to all "n" bulbs.
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