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QUESTION 3
People arrive at a store based on a Poisson process with a constant rate of 3 per minute.
What is the probability that the 5th customer arrives within 2 minutes?
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QUESTION 3 People arrive at a store based on a Poisson process with a constant rate of 3 per minute. What is the probability that the 5th customer arrives within 2 minutes?

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Given data

No of people arriving per minute = 3

No of people arriving in 2 minutes (λ) = 3 x 2 = 6

Probability that the 5th customer arrives within 2 minutes is given by

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