# math, algebra

can someone correct this for me.

Problem:
A student is nearing the end of a course, and has scored 700 points out of a possible 800 points so far. The student would like to get an A in the course. If there are 1,000 total points available by the end of the course, and the student needs to get at least 900 points to receive an A grade, how many points does s/he need to receive of the remaining 200 points in order to reach the A?

disregard this question i just figured it out. thanks everyone

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