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Students, Dear Do Remember that the Final Exam was out of 60 while Exam 1 and Exam 2 were out of 50. So when a 40 in Exam 1 or Exam 2 meant 80%, to score a 80% in the final you had to scoe 48. If you scored higher (percentage wise) in the final compared to Exam 1 or Exam 2, the lowest sore in the Exams was replaced by the percenge earned in the final. Have a great summer. Summer 2008 Econ 2020 Faculty: Dr....

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Students, Dear Do Remember that the Final Exam was out of 60 while Exam 1 and Exam 2 were out of 50. So when a 40 in Exam 1 or Exam 2 meant 80%, to score a 80% in the final you had to scoe 48. If you scored higher (percentage wise) in the final compared to Exam 1 or Exam 2, the lowest sore in the Exams was replaced by the percenge earned in the final. Have a great summer. Summer 2008 Econ 2020 Faculty: Dr. Munir Mahmud 5% 5% 25% 5% 5% 25% 30% 5% Student # Quiz 1 Quiz 2 Exam:1 Quiz 3 Quiz 4 Exam:2 Final Att. Pt. Total Pt. Grade Abs 00192210 20 20 54 20 20 50 5 62 103.83 A 0 00115116 20 18 54 18 18 54 60 5 103.00 A 0 00002763 20 20 52 14 18 48 60 5 100.50 A 0 00186462 20 18 52 18 18 50 60 5 100.00 A 0 00115143 16 18 38 14 20 50 60 5 98.50 A 0 00053056 18 16 42 20 16 50 58 5 96.67 A 0 00151996 18 18 44 18 18 50 58 5 96.67 A 0 00147876 18 16 46 12 12 46 62 5 96.33 A 0 00122150 16 16 40 12 16 ...

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