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B) Case N = 2. Suppose we decide to make the two allowed IRCLs at times 0 5 x 5 y 6 1, and let again Po(x,y ) denote the probability of total loss at the target time t* = 1. The total loss may occur in the following ways: (i) the original is lost before the time x of the first IRCL; this occurs with probability 1 - cAX, (ii) the original is not lost by the time x (probability cLx). Then a t the time y of the second IRCL we have 0, 1 or 2 copies present. Consequently, this case splits into: (ii, 1) both copies are lost by time y ; probability of this event is (1 - e-A(y-x))2, (ii, 2) one copy is lost and one is present at y.