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anonymous
 5 years ago
Probability / Statistics question:
If I have a known frequency of events, say 3.3 per minute and a known duration of each event, say 10 seconds, events can happen concurrently but are not additive (in other words if a second event started say 3 seconds into the duration of the first event, it would count as a single event lasting 13 seconds), how do I find the average time per minute that an event is occurring?
anonymous
 5 years ago
Probability / Statistics question: If I have a known frequency of events, say 3.3 per minute and a known duration of each event, say 10 seconds, events can happen concurrently but are not additive (in other words if a second event started say 3 seconds into the duration of the first event, it would count as a single event lasting 13 seconds), how do I find the average time per minute that an event is occurring?

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anonymous
 5 years ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0drat, no one knows eh? :(
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