Succes Run Theorem

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Rc = reliability at some time “x” C = percent confidence ( 90% => C = 0.9 ) n = sample size Note : FPH = -100 ln (R)

Sample size calculation when reliability is given
Confidence Level "Cx100" Reliability "Rc" Sample Size -1+ln(1-C/100)/ln(Rc/100) 96 95 62

Reliability estimate when sample size is given
Confidence Level "Cx100" Reliability "Rc" Sample Size n (given) 89 0.72955 6

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