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# PracticeExercise3 - SCM 300 PRACTICE EXERCISE#3 QUEUING...

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SCM 300 –PRACTICE EXERCISE #3 QUEUING MODELS Queuing Practice Exercise SCM 300 Use three decimal places for lambda and mu. Arrival rate = A new customer arrives every 8 minutes Service rate = It takes 6 minutes to help a customer PART 1 A. Complete the excel file. Be sure to enter the appropriate number in the cells that contain a Y (3 decimal places) Be sure to enter the appropriate FORMULA in the cells that contain an X PART 2 Use the data from your completed and accurate excel file to answer the following questions. For questions 1-5 it is recommended you draw a picture of the underlined section of each question. Then draw a number line that will help you represent the entire statement. Hopefully, that will help you more easily get the correct answer. An example of how to do this is provided at the bottom of this page. 1. What is the probability there are exactly 1 customer in line in a three-server model?

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