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Authors:
James F. Kurose, Keith W. Ross
Chapter:
Computer Networks And The Internet
Exercise:
Problems
Question:15 | ISBN:9780132856201 | Edition: 6

### Question

Let a denote the rate of packets arriving at a link in packets/sec, and let μ denote the link’s transmission rate in packets/sec. Based on the formula for the total delay (i.e., the queuing delay plus the transmission delay) derived in the previous problem, derive a formula for the total delay in terms of a and μ.

$\mu$ in packets/sec can't be devide by L is length of a packet (bits) to get transmission delay.
transmission delay = $\frac{}{}$L/($\mu$*L) = 1/$\mu$