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A Philadelphia taxi driver gets new customers at rate 1/5 per minute. |

With probability 1/3 the person wants to go to the airport, a 20 minute trip. |

After waiting in a line of cabs at the airport for an average of 35 minutes, |

he gets another fare and spends 20 minutes driving back to drop that person |

off. Each trip to or from the airport costs the customer a standard $28 charge |

(ignore tipping). While in the city fares with probability 2/3 want a short trip |

that lasts an amount of time uniformly distributed on [2, 10] minutes and the |

cab driver earns an average of $1.33 a minute (i.e., 4/3 of a dollar). (a) In the |

long run how much money does he make per hour? (b) What fraction of time |

does he spend going to and from the airport (inducing the time spent in line |

there)? |

A Philadelphia taxi driver gets new customers at rate 1/5 per minute. |

With probability 1/3 the person wants to go to the airport, a 20 minute trip. |

After waiting in a line of cabs at the airport for an average of 35 minutes, |

he gets another fare and spends 20 minutes driving back to drop that person |

off. Each trip to or from the airport costs the customer a standard $28 charge |

(ignore tipping). While in the city fares with probability 2/3 want a short trip |

that lasts an amount of time uniformly distributed on [2, 10] minutes and the |

cab driver earns an average of $1.33 a minute (i.e., 4/3 of a dollar). (a) In the |

long run how much money does he make per hour? (b) What fraction of time |

does he spend going to and from the airport (inducing the time spent in line |

there)? |

= (xxxxxxxxxxy xxxx xx gets xx airport xxxx) * ((xxxxx Earnings)/(Total xxxx taken xx xxxxxxx))

b)

=((Probability xx airport xxxx) * (xxxx taken xx and xxx xxxxxxx))/