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If
the number of patients arriving to emergency room follows Poisson
distribution, then the time between arrivals is exponentially
distributed.

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The number of people arriving at an emergency room follows a Poisson distribution with a rate of 10 people per hour.
a.What is the probability that exactly 7 patients will arrive during the next hour?
b. What is the probability that at least 7 patients will arrive during the next hour?
c. How many people do you expect to arrive in the next two hours?
d. One in four patients who come to the emergency room in hospital. Calculate the...

the average number of patients arriving at the emergency room is
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to find the probability that at least 8 patient will arrive within
the next hour
a-binomial
b-poisson
c-multinomial
d-uniform
e-geometric

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emergency room can be modeled by a random variable X. Mean of X is
5.
a) What’s the probability that at least 4 arrivals
occurring?
b) Suppose the probability of treating no patient in another
emergency room is 0.05, which emergency room could be busier?
Why?

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At least two
At most three

Work the following problem in Excel
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The number of people arriving for treatment at an emergency room
can be modeled by a Poisson process with a rate parameter of five
per hour. By using Poisson Distributions. Find:
(i) What is the probability that exactly four arrivals occur
during a particular hour?
(ii) What is the probability that at least four people arrive
during a particular hour?
(iii) What is the probability that at least one person arrive
during a particular minute?
(iv) How many people do...

The number of people arriving for treatment at an emergency room
can be modeled by a Poisson process with a rate parameter of four
per hour.
(a) What is the probability that exactly two arrivals occur
during a particular hour? (Round your answer to three decimal
places.)
(b) What is the probability that at least two people arrive
during a particular hour? (Round your answer to three decimal
places.)
(c) How many people do you expect to arrive during a...

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What is the probability that in the next half hour, 4 clients
arrive?
What is the probability that in the next two hours, between 18
and 22 clients arrive?
What is the average time between arrivals?
What is the median of the time between arrivals?
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a.) What would be an appropriate random variable? What would be
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b.)If the random discrete variable is Poisson distributed with λ
= 10 patients per hour, and the corresponding exponential
distribution has x = minutes until the next arrival, identify the
mean of x and determine the following:
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