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A college student took 4 courses last semester. His final grades, along with the credits each class is worth, are as follow: A (4), B (3), C (3), and D (2). The grading system assigns quality points as follows: A: 4; B: 3; C: 2; D: 1; and F: 0. Find the student’s GPA for this semester. Round your answer to the nearest thousandth (three decimals).

Answer #1

We are going to "weight" each course by the number of credits it is worth and then divide by the total number of credits. In other words, we are going to multiply each grade by the number of credits attached to that grade. This will ensure that the courses that have more credits count more in the overall average. Then we are going to divide by the total number of credits to get the overall GPA.

Course | Credits | Grades | Grade Points |

Course 1 | 4 | A(4) | 4*4=16 |

Course 2 | 3 | B(3) | 3*3=9 |

Course 3 | 3 | C(2) | 3*2=6 |

Course 4 | 2 | D(1) | 2*1=2 |

TOTAL | 12 | 33 |

to find the average grade points we need to divide 33 by 12

Hence average grade points(GPA) = 33/12

= 2.750

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