Sir,
If the 1st column graph says Average no of commercial flight departure per day.
Means Total no of commercial flights departures/total no of days

on the other hand

the bar shows :
Average no of passengers per flight
= Total no of passengers/ Total no of commercial flights
Multiplying these two we get
=Total no of passengers/total no of days
How is this equal to Average no of passengers per airport?

I’ve already re-uploaded it twice, but whenever a new video is added to the playlist, youtube seems to do some jugglery 😦 My tech-savvy-ness does not extend to solving this issue, unfortunately…please search in the playlist?

Sir,

If the 1st column graph says Average no of commercial flight departure per day.

Means Total no of commercial flights departures/total no of days

on the other hand

the bar shows :

Average no of passengers per flight

= Total no of passengers/ Total no of commercial flights

Multiplying these two we get

=Total no of passengers/total no of days

How is this equal to Average no of passengers per airport?

Not getting the multiplication logic:-

Er, we are also dividing by the number of airports – so total passengers divided by number of airports will give us the average per airport, won’t it?

regards

J

HI the link for the above video seems to be broken. Any chance of a reupload?

I’ve already re-uploaded it twice, but whenever a new video is added to the playlist, youtube seems to do some jugglery 😦 My tech-savvy-ness does not extend to solving this issue, unfortunately…please search in the playlist?

regards

J

Thanks dost 🙂

regards

J