[(100x60) + (Tx40)]/100=Average, where T is you average on the other 40% of your grade. Example: your grade average is 90 before the test. You get a 100 on the big test. [(100x60) + 90x40)]/100 = [6000 + 3600]/100 = 96
To a 100% A
According to my grade calculator it is a D. If there are a 100 possible and you got 65 than means you missed 40% of the test.
D+ according to my grade calculator. You missed most of the test. Not very good.
degrees = arctan((percent grade)/100) percent grade = tan(degrees) * 100
A 100% is totally an A+.
75% out of 100% is 75/100 or .75. In grade terms is a C.
To find out the percent you need to cross multiply, example: 10/19. Times the correct answers by 100, then divide that number by the total amount of questions=52.63%
Depends on how many were possible. For instance on a test of 100 questions 80% would be a B.
Fallow these steps to find out the percent of any test or homework assignment: 1. Divide the number you got by the number its out of. 2. Multiply that number by 100. And there you go your percentage. If you want to find your grade average than fallow these steps: 1. Add all your marks up from all your classes. 2. Divide them by the number of classes you have. 3. Multiply that by 100.
Out of 100, yes.