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# Homework #8 solution - Determine how many of these 120...

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Unformatted text preview: Determine how many of these 120 intervals have 3 cars arriving. t := 20 sec 18 _ 120 m} -e _ 18 0: ' 120 A = 0.095 vehis _ n —}..t pt P(n =0 J 9 n! P(3)=D.1707 P (3) - 120 = 20.48 intervals Extra 9,-20 =1.897 VENZD 5 1-60 = 5.691 Vemmin @3600 = 341.5 vehIh _ - (H20) 18 3600 _ 2 e 20 0'15 2 e— q(0.00556) In (0.1 5) : —q(0.00556) |n(0.15) 0.00550 q1= 0:3412 Problem 5.9 (Given) (Eq. 5.23) (Eq. 5.26) Determine percentages for headwags. vehicles := 1.9 time := 20 sec vehicles q := _ q = 0.095 time tgreat := 10 tless := 6 P(t) := 9““ P(h 10) P(_tgreat) = 0.33? W >= 10) = 0-387 P(h 6) Phase.) = 0-568 P(h-::6):1—P(hi:;6) 1 — P[tless) = 0.434 P(h < 10) = 0.434 Determine the probability of an accident. qz=280 t:='l.5+2.5—>4.0 _q‘t P(h 4) : e3600 —_q‘ (93600 = 0.733 P(h-::4): 'l _P(h;34) = 0.257 Probability of an accident = 0.267 Problem 5.10 (given) (given) (Eq. 5.26) Problem 5.11 (given) (Eq. 5.26) ...
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