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Problem #6 (15 points) - Another Queueing Problem Consider a single-channel queue with two customer interarrival-time distrib-
utions (morning and afternoon) as presented in the table below. The system contains a single sever and the service-time distribution is also presented in
the table below. Morning Afternoon
Interarrival Times Interarrival Times
(Minutes) (Minutes) Simulate the arrival of customers for 1 day from 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM as- suming a FIFO discipline for both the morning and afternoon lines and the
simulation stops once service ends past 5:00 PM. Use your simulation to
answer the following: a.) (3 points) Estimate the probability that a customer waits in the line for
service and determine the average waiting time per customer. b.) (3 points) Estimate the average waiting time per customer who has to
wait. c.) (3 points) Estimate the average time a customer spends in the system.
(1.) (3 points) Estimate the fraction of the time the server is idle. e.) (3 points) Estimate the average number of customers that enter the system
in 1 day.

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