Given: The running time (in seconds) of an algorithm on a data set is approximately normally distributed with mean 3 and variance 0.25.
a. What is the probability that the running time of a run selected at random will exceed 2.6 seconds?
Answer for (a): I've computed this and found it to be p = 0.7881.
b. What is the probability that the running time of exactly one of four randomly selected runs will exceed 2.6 seconds?
Answer for (b): Not sure, I know it's a geometric sequence and I believe the formula that I need to use to be $p(1-p)^3$, thus giving me $0.7881(1-0.7881)^3$ however this was marked incorrect. I'm trying to figure out why, can someone explain my error and how to arrive at the correct solution?