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anonymous
 one year ago
Trucks arrive at a warehouse on an average of 6 per 8 hour day. They each occupy a loading berth
for 40 minutes. How many berths should be provided if only 5 % of the trucks will be required to wait for a berth position? Assume arrivals are random.
anonymous
 one year ago
Trucks arrive at a warehouse on an average of 6 per 8 hour day. They each occupy a loading berth for 40 minutes. How many berths should be provided if only 5 % of the trucks will be required to wait for a berth position? Assume arrivals are random.

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anonymous
 one year ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0The answer is 10 for anyone that might care. Go to http://mng.ibu.edu.ba/assets/userfiles/mng/OR_Ch5_Queing_Zafer.pdf and scroll down to page 5, The M/M/s Model for an understanding.
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