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anonymous

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"Time headway" in traffic flow is the elapsed time between the time that one car finishes passing a fixed point and the instant that the next car begins to pass that point. Let X = the time headway for two randomly chosen consecutive cars on a freeway during a period of heavy flow (sec). Suppose that in a particular traffic environment, the distribution of time headway has the following form.

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  1. anonymous
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    I need help with the ones that are blank. Any help would be greatly appreciated!

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    Anyone? :/

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