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Customers arrive at random times, with an exponential distribution for the time between arrivals. Currently the mean time between customers is 6.34 minutes. a. Since the last customer arrived, 3 minutes have gone by. Find the mean time until the next customer arrives.

b. Since the last customer arrived, 10 minutes have gone by. Find the mean time until the next customer arrives.

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