# Systematic

In Marissa's calculus course attendance count for 15% of the grade quizzes count for 10% of the grade exams counts for 50% of the Grade and the final exam counts for 25% of the grade. Marissa have 100% average for attendance 93% for quizzes 86% for exams and 85% on the final. determining marissa scores average.

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1. so just weight the scores, and you get
0.15*100 + 0.10*93 + 0.50*86 + 0.25*85 = 88.55

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