### An infinite calling population and a first-come

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A multiple-server queuing system with an infinite calling population and a first-come, first-served queue discipline has the following arrival and service rates:

λ= the arrival rate = 50 customers per hour

µ = the service rate = 20 customers per hour

c = number of servers = 3

5. a. Determine the probability that there will be no waiting time for a customer.

b. Determine the probability that there will be 2 customers in the system.

c. Determine the probability that there will be less than or equal to 4 customers in the system.

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