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Question: For an M/G/1 system with λ=20 and µ=35, σ=.005, find: 1) the probability when the system is idle. 2) the average length of the queue. 3) the average number in the system.

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Question: For an M/G/1 system with λ=20 and µ=35, σ=.005, find: 1) the probability when the system is idle. 2) the average length of the queue. 3) the average number in the system.

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