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Becerra, Rosa, Lab 8

1. Determine the percent of cars that spend 60 seconds (1 minute) or less at Wendy's drive-through.

- 34%

2. What is the probability that a car will spend between 60 and 90 seconds at the drive through?

- There is a 43% probability

3. What percent of cars will spend more than 120 seconds (2 minutes) at the drive-through?

- 73.8%

4. 50% of cars spend __ and __ seconds at Wendy's drive through.

- 118 and 158 seconds

5. Suppose that Wendy's wants to institute a policy at its restaurants that it will not charge any customer that must wait more than a certain amount of time for an order. Management does not want to give away free meals to more than 1% of the customers. What time would you recommend Wendy's advertise as the maximum wait time before a free meal is awarded?

- Between 60 and 90 seconds

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