Chapter 5 Quiz - Chapter 5 Quiz

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Chapter 5 Quiz An express mailing service can handle at most 3 customers in a 1-minute interval. If  customers randomly arrive at the express mailing service at a rate of 2.6 per minute and  if arrivals are Poisson distributed, what is the probability that the express mailing service  will be unable to hand its customers in any 1-minute interval? .0084 .1274 .2639 .2406 The office receptionist receives, on average, 2.43 calls every half hour. What is the  probability that in a twenty-minute interval, the receptionist receives exactly 2 calls? .2597 .3015 .2017 .1852 Customers arrive randomly at a small boutique at a rate of 2.6 every ten minutes. What  is the probability that exactly 3 customers arrive in a five-minute interval? .0319 .0687 .9711 .0998 Customers arrive randomly at a small boutique at a rate of 2.6 every ten minutes. What  is the probability that exactly 8 customers arrive in a twenty-minute interval? .154
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.1184 .0731 .0638 Customers arrive randomly at a small boutique at a rate of 2.6 every ten minutes. What  is the probability that more than 6 customers arrive in a ten-minute interval? .0171
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Chapter 5 Quiz - Chapter 5 Quiz

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