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    I am unsure how to calculate the weighting each of these scores has on the over score.
    A- 98%
    B-97.5%
    C- 99.4%
    D- 94.5%
    E- 81.2%
    F- 95.5%
    OVERALL - 97.1%

    Thanks, if whoever can help could also explain I'd be very grateful
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    (Original post by charlie9494)
    I am unsure how to calculate the weighting each of these scores has on the over score.
    A- 98%
    B-97.5%
    C- 99.4%
    D- 94.5%
    E- 81.2%
    F- 95.5%
    OVERALL - 97.1%

    Thanks, if whoever can help could also explain I'd be very grateful
    It's a pointless exercise to try and reverse engineer an average in this case - there must be somewhere that tells you the weightings of each unit?

    I've tried but having difficulty getting a calculator to work, so if it's not an average of all the grades then you need to get info on the weightings
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    You have the equation: 0.98x+0.975y+0.994z+0.945m+0.812 n+0.955p=0.971
    Find a solver online and see all the solutions or range of solutions.
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