# math

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not sure if this had to do with math but my professor gave us this last hw assignment that i don't understand at all. It has to do with the grade scaling he does.
4x Exams = 37450
HW = 9362
Final = 16385
Lab = 23407
Recitation = 7022
Total Points = 93626
He asks whats the significance of this grade scale? The only hint was something about the multiplier. still confused.

• math -

The first obvious comparison to me is that homework counts about 10% of the total points.

Each of the four tests also count about 10%. Add those to the final, and the professor is counting over 50% of the grade on exams.

Another quarter of the grade is the lab.

• Chemistry -

You're in Chemistry with Prof. Kautz, right? Lol. :3

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