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Consider the Monte Carlo simulation shown in Figure 6S 5 a

Consider the Monte Carlo simulation shown in Figure 6S.5.

a. Recalculate the values in the "Probability of n arrivals" and "Cumulative probability" columns for an arrival rate of 4. You may need to add some additional rows beyond just 8 arrivals.

b. Based on the results to part a, redo the "Assigned random numbers" column.

c. Using the same random numbers shown in Figure 6S.5, take the results from parts a and b and redo the column labeled "Simulated Arrivals." What is the new average number of arrivals per time period?

a. Recalculate the values in the "Probability of n arrivals" and "Cumulative probability" columns for an arrival rate of 4. You may need to add some additional rows beyond just 8 arrivals.

b. Based on the results to part a, redo the "Assigned random numbers" column.

c. Using the same random numbers shown in Figure 6S.5, take the results from parts a and b and redo the column labeled "Simulated Arrivals." What is the new average number of arrivals per time period?

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