WeightedGradeBookProjectReflection_BritneyLunsford - Britney Lunsford MATH 123 Weighted Grade Book Project The way that the final grade is calculated

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Britney Lunsford MATH 123 Weighted Grade Book Project The way that the final grade is calculated may seem difficult but it is really easy and I am going to walk you through it and explain. First you want to start with each score given for each individual category. Once you know every score you need to add the scores together. For example, in the homework section we have the scores, 25,74,54,68,77,80,82,84,84,90,92,92,90,94. You need to add all these together and you will get the number 1,085. Then you need to divide that number by the number of grades recorded, so in this case we need to divide by 14 and you will get 77.6. You need to do this for all categories. So you used this exact example for quiz, projects, discussion boards, and all 3 exams. Here are the scores from every section: Homework 25 74 54 68 77 80 82 84 84 90 92 92 90 94 Quiz 65 72 78 82 85 87 88 96 98 100 Project 64 66 96 Dis Boards 100 0 100 100 80 Exam 1 55 Exam 2 70 Exam 3 (Final) 95 Once you get them all figured out, now we need to figure out the weight of the grade.

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