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Clarissa has just completed her second semester in college. She earned a grade of B in her 1-hour linear algebra course, a grade of C in her 3 hour sociology course, a grade if C in her 2 hour biology course, and a grade of C in her 2 hour studio art course. Assuming that A equals 4 points, B equals 3 points, C equals 2 points, D equals 1 point, and F is worth no points, determine her grade point average for the semester.

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