Benny the Barber owns a one-chair shop. At Barber College, they told Benny that his customers would exhibit a Poisson arrival distribution and that he would provide an exponential service distribution. His market survey data indicate that customers arrive at the rate of two per hour. It will take Benny an average of 20 minutes to give a haircut. Based on these figures, find the following:
b. The average time a customer waits.
Client hold-up time alludes to the entire passed time between issuance of a custom arrangement and satisfaction of that arrangement too called customer waiting time...
Normal hold-up time could be taken a toll book-keeping term that alludes to the sum of time a work is sitting perfectly some time recently arranged is handled or the machine is setup. Hold-up time influences both the client and the producer.
A toll tunnel has decided to experiment with the use of a debit card for the collection of tolls. Initially, only one lane will be used. Cars are estimated to arrive at this experimental lane at the rate of 750 per hour. It will take exactly four seconds to verify the debit card.
b. How many cars would you expect to see in the system?
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