How to get all 100% variants if I know that 23 is in range of 58-73%

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Just as my title says, i really need this urgently, because it's pain to do all by hand and there's a lot of people involved (It's because our marking system in school got changed and it's really hellish)

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In general, for quicker constructive responses, it is always best to provide concrete examples and preferably an example Excel file.  That is even more important when the resolution is needed "urgently".


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I have no idea what you mean by "all 100% variants" (is that different from "all variants"?) and by the "range of 58-73%"?


As a very wild guess, are you saying that you have 23 frequencies of scores in the range of 58-73%?  And assuming that scores are "normally" distributed (TBD), you want to predict the frequencies for all scores from 0% to 100%?


Did I mention that that is a "very wild guess"? (wink)



And it would help us help you if you provided concrete examples that show us how you "do all this by hand".