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Below it the table which contains Actual Count and Error Count for each ID.

USER_ID    |    Actual_Count    |   Error_Count
1345653         5                     4
534140349       5                     0
682527813       4                     0
687612723       3                     0
704318001       5                     4

So if you look at the above scenario, For this 1345653 ID Out of 5, it has 4 errors, same with 704318001 ID, out of 5 it has 4 errors. And all other ID's they didn't have any errors as Error_Count is Zero for them. So in general if I need to calculate what's the total error percentage, then How I will calculate that? Is it possible to calculate the total error percentage?

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You have a total of 8 errors out of 22 tries, for an error percentage of about 36.4%.

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