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A student earned grades of Upper B, Upper C, Upper B, Upper A, and Upper C. Those courses had the corresponding numbers of credit hours 2, 2, 4, 1, and 3. The grading system assigns quality points to letter grades as follows: Aequals4; Bequals3; Cequals2; Dequals1; Fequals0. Compute the grade point average (GPA) as a weighted mean and round the result with two decimal places. If the Dean's list requires a GPA of 3.00 or greater, did this student make the Dean's list?

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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).

Make a program storing 5 student grades with each student to
take 3 courses. the input is from 0-100 score into 0-4 (GPA) in the
array form. use c language
Score 1
Score 2
score 3
GPA
Std 1
std 2
std 3
std 4
std 5

Dr. Smith believes that there may be a difference in grades
based on if the student is a senior, junior, sophomore, or
freshman. The results are shown in Table 2. Are Dr. Smith’s grade
unequally distributed across grade levels?
Table 2: Dr. Smith’s Grade Distribution by Grade
Level
Grade
Senior
Junior
Sophomore
Freshman
Total
A
10
7
1
1
B
20
20
2
2
C
3
3
4
4
D
1
2
8
1
F
1
3
3
4
Total...

The following contingency table shows the distribution of grades
earned by students taking a midterm exam in an MBA class,
categorized by the number of hours the students spent studying for
the exam. Complete parts a. and b. below.
TIME SPENT STUDYING
A
B
C
LESS THAN 3 HOURS
4
19
8
3-5 HOURS
18
17
5
MORE THAN 5 HOURS
16
13
4
a. Using APLHA = 0.01 perform a chi-square test to determine if
a student's grade on...

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...

Q1: A student has gotten the following grades on his
tests: 82, 90, 66, and 83. He wants an 83 or better overall. What
is the minimum grade he must get on the last test in order to
achieve that average?
..
Q2: A distribution of 6 scores has a median of 24. If
the highest score
Increases 3
points, the median will become ___________.
21
21.5
24
cannot be determined without additional
information.
none of these
..
Q3:...

Michael Scofield, a student at Minnesota State University, is
preparing for midterm exams and has decided to devote five hours to
the study of managerial economics and finance. Scofield's goal is
to maximize the average grade earned in the two courses, and must
decide how much time to spend on each exam. Scofield realizes that
maximizing the average grade in the two courses is equivalent to
maximizing the sum of the grades. According to Scofield's best
estimates, the grades achieved...

The following 4 parts relate to this scenario and data.
A professor wishes to develop a numerical method for giving
grades. He intends to base the on homework, two tests, a project,
and a final. He wishes the final to have the largest influence on
the grade. He wants the project to have 20%, each test to have 10%,
and the homework to have 20% of the influence on the semester
grade.
1. Determine the weights the professor should use...

The following 4 parts relate to this scenario and data.
A professor wishes to develop a numerical method for giving
grades. He intends to base the on homework, two tests, a project,
and a final. He wishes the final to have the largest influence on
the grade. He wants the project to have 20%, each test to have 10%,
and the homework to have 20% of the influence on the semester
grade.
1. Determine the weights the professor should use...

Use the following information for Questions 28-32. Final grades
in a class are a weighted average of the midterm (25%) and final
(75%) exams: G = 0.25M + 0.75F. Each exam has 100 possible points.
Suppose the average and standard deviation of scores on the midterm
were 71 and 19 respectively, while the values for the final exam
were 69 and 23. Suppose further that the correlation coefficient
between the two exams is 0.50.
1. What is the mean of...

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