﻿ It is recommended to use a Poisson process to model the number of failures in commercial water pipes, the estimates of the failure rate
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It is recommended to use a Poisson process to model the number of failures in commercial water pipes, the estimates of the failure rate are given, in units of failures per 100 km of pipe per day,

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