Expected average time, Applied Statistics

Question: A car was machine washes each car in 5 minutes exactly. It has been estimated that customers will arrive according to a Poisson distribution at an average of 8 per hour. Calculate:

1) Expected average time ( in minutes) a customer spends at the station

2) Average number of cars in the station ( both in line and being washed)

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