Trucks arrive at the loading dock of a wholesale grocer at the rate of 1.2 per hour. A single crew c

Trucks arrive at the loading dock of a wholesale grocer at the rate of 1.2 per hour. A single crew c. Trucks arrive at the loading dock of a wholesale grocer at the rate of 1.2 per hour. A single crew c.

Trucks arrive at the loading dock of a wholesale grocer at the rate of 1.2 per hour. A single crew consisting of two workers can load a truck in about 30 minutes. Crew members receive \$10 per hour in wages and fringe benefits, and trucks and drivers reflect an hourly cost of \$63. The manager is thinking of adding another member to the crew. The service rate would then be 2.4 trucks per hour. Assume rates are Poisson.

b. Would a fourth member be justifiable if the resulting service capacity were 2.6 trucks per hour? (Round your intermediate and final answer to 2 decimal places. Omit the “\$” sign in your response.)

Trucks arrive at the loading dock of a wholesale grocer at the rate of 1.2 per hour. A single crew c

Trucks arrive at the loading dock of a wholesale grocer at the rate of 1.2 per hour. A single crew c

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Trucks arrive at the loading dock of a wholesale grocer at the rate of 1.2 per hour. A single crew c

Trucks arrive at the loading dock of a wholesale grocer at the rate of 1.2 per hour. A single crew c. Trucks arrive at the loading dock of a wholesale grocer at the rate of 1.2 per hour. A single crew c.

Trucks arrive at the loading dock of a wholesale grocer at the rate of 1.2 per hour. A single crew consisting of two workers can load a truck in about 30 minutes. Crew members receive \$10 per hour in wages and fringe benefits, and trucks and drivers reflect an hourly cost of \$63. The manager is thinking of adding another member to the crew. The service rate would then be 2.4 trucks per hour. Assume rates are Poisson.