computes the Erlang B loss probability for an M/M/c/c queue.
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A company has five 1 Mbps lines to carry video conferences between two company sites. Suppose that each video conference requires 1 Mbps and lasts for an average of one hour. Assume that requests for video conferences arrive according to a Poisson process with a rate of three calls per hour. Find the probability that a call request is blocked due to lack of lines:
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