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I have a question..

I have a 90.7% in math right now and I need to bring it up to a 93%. The only thing left is the final exam, which is worth 10% of your grade.

Does anyone know a formula or a method that will allow me to calculate what I need on the final exam to bump me up that 2.7%?

Thank you very much for your help.

93=.1Final + .9*90.7
solve for final. I get 114 about.

Aw...no way!!

It's impossible to get a 114% on the final.

Thanks for your help though, it really helped.

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