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By assuming uniform arrival rate with di = 50 and d2 = 60, j - 1 contributes for the 8:07 departure (10/25) x 50 = 20 passengers, for the remaining 10 minutes between 7:50 and 8:00, and j - 2 contributes (7/7) x 60 = 60 passengers. The total is 20 + 60 = 80 average passengers, on the 8:07 departure, representing overcrowding. In order to overcome this undesirable situation the following principle is employed. Principle 1: establish a curve representing the accumulative frequency versus the time (adding the non-integer value of the frequency determined with respect to time).