anonymous
  • anonymous
Stats: Students enter a library on the average of 2 every 3 minutes. The waiting time until the first student arrives can be modeled by an exponential random variable. How do I calculate the probability that it less than 3 mins for the first student to arrive?
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phi
  • phi
with \( \lambda \)=2 arrivals every 3 minutes the probability of an arrival in t minutes is \[ P(t)= 1-e^{- \frac{2}{3}t} \]

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