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The 856 projected samples subjected to the first test rendered a 91-percent (776 samples) acceptance. The remaining 9 percent (80 samples) failed, costing $5,280. The first-test failures were submitted to the second test, in which 52 percent (41 samples) were accepted. The balance (48 percent, 39 samples) of the samples also failed the second test at a cost of $4,563 or a total cost for first- and second-test failure of $9,843. Table Explanation First-Test Failures Second-Test Failures Testing Agency Number of Samples Tested Number Percent Cost ($) Number Percent Cost ($) Total Failure Cost ($) Off site On site 856 856a 723 80 84 9 107,727 5,280 144 39 20 48 38,304 4,563 146,031 9,843 a Projected on the basis of current year-to-date testing.

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