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The number of incoming phone calls at a company switchboard during 1-minute intervals is believed to have a Poisson distribution. Use = .10 and the following data to test the assumption that the incoming phone calls follow a Poisson distribution.




Compute the value of the test statistic (to 2 decimals).


The p value is Select less than .005 between .005 and .01 between .01 and .025 between .025 and .05 between .05 and .10 greater than .10 Item 2

What is your conclusion?
Select Cannot reject assumption that the data comes from a Poisson distribution The data does not come from a Poisson distribution Item 3

Guest Jul 2, 2014

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phone calls

I'll leave you to decide on the conclusion.

PS:  I don't know what you mean by "Use = .10 ..." in your question.

Alan  Jul 3, 2014
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phone calls

I'll leave you to decide on the conclusion.

PS:  I don't know what you mean by "Use = .10 ..." in your question.

Alan  Jul 3, 2014

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