Discussion :: Table Charts - Table Chart 7 (Q.No.5)
A school has four sections A, B, C, D of Class IX students.
The results of half yearly and annual examinations are shown in the table given below.
|Result||No. of Students|
|Section A||Section B||Section C||Section D|
|Students failed in both Exams||28||23||17||27|
|Students failed in half-yearly|
but passed in Annual Exams
|Students passed in half-yearly|
but failed in Annual Exams
|Students passed in both Exams||64||55||46||76|
|Abhishek said: (Jan 31, 2013)|
|It can also be done by calculating the max success rate in mid term exams. Right ? it gives the same final answer. Section D will has the highest in mid term. Hence minimum failure. Please let me know.|
|Waseem said: (Aug 12, 2015)|
|Here the minimum failure rate should be calculated on the basis of (Students passed in both Exams-Students failed in half-yearly=100-76=24).|
|Shadab Akhtar said: (May 5, 2016)|
|By seeing the graph only you can calculate the section which has a minimum failure rate in half yearly examination.
See the result of students passed in half yearly exam, clearly it showing that section D has maximum no. of students who have passed the exam i.e 15 which means minimum no. of students failed from this section.
|Joseph Mathew said: (May 15, 2018)|
|I think it isn't required to add the number of failures in half-yearly and number of failures in both the exams.
Taking only the number of failures in half-yearly in consideration can be a simple method.
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