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If a person has a motor disorder and cannot move their arm voluntarily, but their

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Problem 39

If a person has a motor disorder and cannot move their arm voluntarily, but their muscles have tone, which motor neuronupper or loweris probably affected? Explain why

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Ds 412 section 11 part 1 Decision Science 412 Waiting Lines We use queuing models on daily basis – Public transportations, banks, toll bridges, supermarkets, airlines, call centers, etc. Queuing models were developed in early 1900’s by Danish mathematician named “Erlang “ through studying the problem of telephone traffics. The queue forms whenever current service exceeds the current capacity to provide that service. The goal of waiting-line management is essentially to minimize total costs There are two basic categories of cost; Cost of customer waiting for service – i.e. Lost of customer, dissatisfaction, reputation Cost of providing the service – i.e. labor cost, system capacity, facility

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Author: Kelly A. Young, James A. Wise, Peter DeSaix, Dean H. Kruse, & 6 more
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