Probably should have mentioned that calculation **(95% ^ Attempts)** only works for dominant odds over 50%, otherwise you have to calculate it as** (1000% - [100% - non_dominant] ^ Attempts)** which isn't very intuitive, but does give the right answer.

I could only assume you actually meant

**100%** - [100% - non_dominant] ^ Attempts for success rate which is not only very intuitive, it's literally the same formula being used above. Get rid of the "dominant" and "non-dominant" notion altogether, it makes no difference at all because the calculation here is:

1) Find the probability of independently failing every time (since we're looking for 1 success only) - that's p_failure^attempts, or (1 - "chance to research the schematic")^deconstructions

2) Find the probability of this NOT happening = 1 - probability from the previous calculation.

No matter if the success rate is 1% or 99.9% - the formula stays the same, the numbers are changing.

For say 30 attempts that gives:

At 95% failure chance the calculation would be 0.95^30=21.5% chance of not obtaining a single success in 30 trials

At 5% failure chance it becomes 0.05^30=9.3e-40 chance of not obtaining a single success in 30 trials which, for all practical purposes, is a given success.

That's just statistics 101, the part that is normally taught on like the very first lecture.