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Queuing models use an A/B/C notation. What do these variables represent? A. maximum time between arrivals/maximum allowable service time/maximum number of parallel servers B. average time between
arrivals/average service time/number of parallel servers C. minimum time between arrivals/minimum allowable service time/minimum number of parallel servers D. distribution of time between arrivals/distribution of service times/number of parallel servers
The distribution of time between arrivals/distribution of service times/number of parallel servers.
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