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Problem 4E

The article "Analysis of Time Headways on Urban Roads: Case Study from Riyadh" (A. Al-Ghamdi, Journal of Transportation Engineering, 2001: 289-294) presents a model for the time elapsed between the arrival of consecutive vehicles on urban roads. Following are 137 arrival times (in seconds) along with the values expected from a theoretical model.

 Time Observed Expected 0-2 18 23 2-4 28 18 4-6 14 16 6-8 7 13 8-10 11 11 10-12 11 9 12-18 10 20 18-22 8 8 > 22 30 19

Can you conclude that the theoretical model does not explain the observed values well?

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