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### Exam2_Scores

Course: M 119, Fall 2009
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Exam M119 #2 and Current Grade Estimates (posted 4/2/2009) Notes: o o o o o o o To find your score, look for the last 5 digits of your Student ID (the new 10-digit id, not your SS#). Exam 2 Score = Percent Score (based on 60 point test) Overall Avg = Total Points/420 Total Points (out of 420) = Scores on 2 Exams, Midterm, 7 HW and 2 Quizzes (Quiz #3 not included) Lower-bound = Your average if your score on Quiz...

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Exam M119 #2 and Current Grade Estimates (posted 4/2/2009) Notes: o o o o o o o To find your score, look for the last 5 digits of your Student ID (the new 10-digit id, not your SS#). Exam 2 Score = Percent Score (based on 60 point test) Overall Avg = Total Points/420 Total Points (out of 420) = Scores on 2 Exams, Midterm, 7 HW and 2 Quizzes (Quiz #3 not included) Lower-bound = Your average if your score on Quiz #3 = 0% Upper-bound = Your average if your score on Quiz #3 = 100% Let me know if something doesn't look right. I will check it out and make corrections, if necessary. Last 5 00015 01218 03013 03976 03977 04276 04722 05771 06133 07935 08093 08641 11201 12468 12542 13006 13616 13972 15080 15627 17870 19252 24782 25092 26349 29353 29375 31922 34469 36397 37295 37478 Exam 2 Score 62 90 32 72 97 94 100 0 79 34 79 0 25 105 82 0 59 62 84 104 60 69 82 52 99 32 69 85 22 50 77 77 Overall Average 78 88 53 64 96 96 71 22 83 48 88 72 47 102 87 13 57 86 91 97 45 73 84 66 95 45 69 80 26 73 68 83 Total Points 334.4 370 226.5 276.6 411.5 403 299.2 95.8 350.1 199.8 368.8 302.4 201.3 428 372 55 238 370 383 418 191.6 312.5 359.8 284.6 407 192.3 295.8 335 111.7 304.8 285.9 355 Lower Bound 76 84 51 63 94 92 68 22 80 45 84 69 46 97 85 13 54 84 87 95 44 71 82 65 93 44 67 76 25 69 65 81 Upper Bound 81 89 56 67 98 96 73 26 84 50 88 73 50 102 89 17 59 89 92 100 48 76 86 69 97 48 72 81 30 74 70 85 Last 5 38350 38395 38424 39891 39798 40833 42360 42622 43052 45270 46713 47629 48166 49521 49736 52161 54163 55251 55860 55958 55964 59793 63425 63666 63719 64420 65067 66494 68596 68746 73140 73682 74417 75328 78355 79110 79247 80332 80622 80948 Exam 2 Score 62 72 89 0 0 94 54 102 100 80 80 0 24 0 82 60 0 1 102 87 42 95 32 104 55 92 64 0 82 0 0 69 17 97 87 85 100 44 2 15 Overall Average 62 78 117 47 25 104 48 75 100 83 88 19 54 62 75 70 4 53 98 82 60 76 66 81 63 87 66 29 69 15 42 85 52 94 81 79 90 63 41 60 Total Points 262.1 326 491 196.5 107 436.7 205.5 324 430 347.6 371 83.6 234.1 267.8 321.7 303 19.2 229.5 411 346.1 249.9 319.2 276.2 349 272.6 365.7 284 122.3 297.1 62.1 175.3 355.7 216.3 405.8 340.2 341.5 377.9 266 171 253.5 Lower Bound 60 74 112 45 24 99 47 74 98 79 84 19 53 61 73 69 4 52 93 79 57 73 63 79 62 83 65 28 68 14 40 81 49 92 77 78 86 60 39 58 Upper Boun...

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