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    Queuing theory.

    In a corporation customers arrive according to a Poisson distribution with mean 35 per hour.

    The service time per customer is exponential with mean of 0,035 per hour.

    assuming that the system can accommodate a maximum of 30 clients simultaneously.


    Many tellers should have the corporation, not to have, in the waiting line,

    customers waiting more than 3?
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    Re: Queuing theory.

    Hey Dogod11.

    Could you please re-phrase your question specifically so that you include the actual goal of what you are trying to answer?
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