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Subject: Probability...Simple problem, need help getting started From: Don Date: 1 Dec, 2010 18:43:05 Message: 1 of 8 
Ok so my problem is, assume that the barbershop is open from 95, or for 8 hours a day. Person A and Person B each stay 30 min during visit, never longer, never shorter. 
Subject: Probability...Simple problem, need help getting started From: Don Date: 1 Dec, 2010 18:58:05 Message: 2 of 8 
x=0:8; % Using the colon operator to create a vector of x values ranging from 0 to 8 
Subject: Probability...Simple problem, need help getting started From: Don Date: 1 Dec, 2010 19:14:07 Message: 3 of 8 
found out about the built in function of the probability plot and wondering how to plot two functions...? 
Subject: Probability...Simple problem, need help getting started From: Don Date: 1 Dec, 2010 19:21:04 Message: 4 of 8 
ok so I have found out the use of the probplot function but don't understand how to use both functions, i can only figure out how to use one function on one plane, not both functions on a single plane 
Subject: Probability...Simple problem, need help getting started From: Walter Roberson Date: 1 Dec, 2010 19:22:10 Message: 5 of 8 
On 01/12/10 1:21 PM, Don wrote: 
Subject: Probability...Simple problem, need help getting started From: Don Date: 1 Dec, 2010 19:30:22 Message: 6 of 8 
Walter Roberson <roberson@hushmail.com> wrote in message <DfxJo.13146$Bs7.5774@newsfe07.iad>... 
Subject: Probability...Simple problem, need help getting started From: Sean de Date: 1 Dec, 2010 19:45:08 Message: 7 of 8 
"Don " <don.jackson@coker.edu> wrote in message <id67oe$lun$1@fred.mathworks.com>... 
Subject: Probability...Simple problem, need help getting started From: Roger Stafford Date: 1 Dec, 2010 20:04:06 Message: 8 of 8 
"Don " <don.jackson@coker.edu> wrote in message <id64vp$hba$1@fred.mathworks.com>... 
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