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Data Analysis - Defective Chips

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2x+5x+6x+4x = 5,000+12,000+18,000+16,000
17X = 51,000

X = 3,000

60,000/3,000 = 20

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New post 03 Jan 2009, 15:07
For 51,000 it is 17

For 60,000 it will be 20 (60/51) X17

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