All students in both groups Passed Failed Total % passing School A School B
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The success rates of two schools were compared in two categories: students from families above the poverty line

and students from families below the poverty line. The results are in the following tables.

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1. Complete the table for students above the poverty line.


2. Complete the table for students below the poverty line.


3. What percentage of students from School A are from families above the poverty line?


4. What percentage of students from School B are from families above the poverty line?

5.Complete the following table for all students:Screenshot (3.png

6 The principal of School B argued that, based on the overall figures in the table from Exercise 20, her school came out ahead and therefore is doing a better job than School A. How would one respond?

7. A parent trying to decide to which school to send their child. On the basis of the tables in Exercises 1, 2, and 5 which school would they choose? Explain.

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All students in both groups
Passed
Failed
Total
% passing
School A
School B

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Students from families above the poverty line Passed Failed Total 94- passing School A 400 7"? 4??
School B 311 190 100] Students from families below the poverty line
Passed Failed Total % passing School A 199 130 33"9
School B 33 67 105

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