Qs - 8 55 137 13 168 304 Assumptions We assume the rate is...

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Problem Is two queues better than 1 in the C&D?
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Plan The C&D provided us with data regarding the number of people who came within an hour for 12 hours. We then will validate the distribution of the data using KS. We will then run and analyze a simulation.
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Data
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Arrivals per hour for 12 Hours 189, 43, 197, 146, 20, 490, 42, 34, 239, 9, 17, 237
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Served per hour for 12 Hours 15, 150, 329, 242, 113, 150,
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Unformatted text preview: 8, 55, 137, 13, 168, 304 Assumptions We assume the rate is constant over time. We determined, using KS, that the distribution could be exponential with arrival rate 100 and departure rate 130. We assume that the store opens at time 0 and closes at time 12. No one enters after time 12 and anyone left in the store is served. Analysis See online code....
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