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Course: ENGRD 2700, Fall 2011
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NGRD E 2700 F10 Homework 1 Solutions (65 points total) 1. What fraction of the calls are cancelled? (5 points) To get the number of calls canceled, the students can use the fil ter and wipe out all t he data with pre-cancel t ime -1, the answer of percentile is 883 / 15,000 = 5.9%. T here are also many other methods to get the answer, e.g. by sorting or COUNTIF f unction. (there are many ways of computing this...

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