let p be the hash rate that belongs to honest network and T be the time a block is found. In the Bitcoin paper it's said "assuming the honest blocks took the average expected time per block...". In another paper it's said this average time is T/p.
Question: What is the average time for an honest network to find a block?
If it's T/p, why?
if p+q=1, where q is an attacker's hash rate and a block is found with the full hash rate: H, in T time. Then for an honest network, it would take, pT (not T/p).
Am I missing something?