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2. {
3.    /**
4.       This method examines the two-dimensional array of integers
5.       identified by the first parameter, whose length (number of rows,
6.       also the number of students) is the second parameter, while the
7.       three columns in the array represent the scores for three
8.       different tests.
9.       The test scores for each student (one row of three grades) are
10.       combined to find the average score for each student.  The integer
11.       returned is the number of students with a test average less than 70.
12.       @param numStudents, the number of students who took the three tests
13.       @param theArray, a 2-D array of integer scores
14.       @return, the number of test averages below a score of 70
15.    */
16.    public static int testAverage(double[][] theArray, int numStudents)
17.    {
18.       int NUM_TESTS = 3;
19.
20.       int count = 0;
21.
22.       double[] averages = new double[numStudents];
23.       for(int i = 0; i < numStudents; i++)
24.       {
25.          averages[i] = (theArray[i][0]+theArray[i][1]+theArray[i][2])/3;
26.       }
27.
28.       for(double a : averages)
29.       {
30.          if(a < 70){count++;}
31.       }
32.
33.       return count;
34.    }
35. }
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