It depends how many points each assignment is worth
If there was only one assignment, your grade in the class is the grade received on that assignment.
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Grading an assignment depends on what kind of assignment it is. If it is a written piece of work, one might grade for spelling and grammar, in addition to content. If it's a mathematical assignment, one might check that the work to reach the correct answer was done, in addition to the answer.
Grade average of 89 percent and 93 percent averages 91% or an A-.
YES...it is worth 10 percent of your grade
On the Assignment submissions page, sort the assignments by Last modified (Teacher) by clicking on the column title. Assignments which have been graded have Update in the status column, whereas those that haven't been graded have Grade in the status column.
depends on how the teacher grades.. total points? or are there different categories that contribute different amounts to the grade? your grade will drop significantly if you have not had many other assignments
[(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
If a student has a 78 percent grade their GPA (Grade Point Average) would be a 2.3. This figures out to be a C+ average.
40% of the grade of 96 and 60% of the grade of 50 gives (.4x96+.6x50) = grade of 68
You are climbing from 750 to 2780' over 7 miles, so average grade is about 5.5%
This is tough. It depends on how many assignments went into the 86 average you have now,and whether or not the next assignment will have the same weight as all the earlier ones.We have to assume (because we don't know anything different) that all of the assignments ...past ones and the next one ... are all worth the same weight.Use 'N' = the number of past assignments that made up the current 86 averageUse 'P' = the grade you need on the next assignment to raise the average to 98.The magic equation is going to be: (86N + P) / (N+1) = 98Multiply both sides by (N+1)86N + P = 98 (N+1)86N + P = 98N + 98Subtract 86N from each side:P = 12N + 98'N' is the number of past assignments, so it can't be less than 1.If it's only 1 thenP = 12 + 98P = 110.Bad news. Even if there was only one previous assignment, and you got 86% on that one,you'd need 110% on the next one to make an average of 98%.
Yes. It's not necessary good practice, of course.
83 % is a B
Usually a D but now a C average
That makes a F, in percent, a 0% or 10%
16/19 = 0.8421, or 84.21%. If this was one of the assignment questions, then that is the formula, but if this were an assignment grade or a test grade, then your grade is an 84% for that particular assessment. Hope this helped.
How much a zero effects your letter grade depends on how much the assignment that you got a zero on was out of. If it was a 0/100 and you had 3 assignments that were each a hundred points and you got 100 on 2 of the 3 then you would have a 66%. If it were a 0/5 but you had a mix of other numbers such as 23/25 or 15/ 15 then it all depends on averages. Best Tip: Just do the assignment and don't forget it at home.
Go by the rubric that the teacher handed out at the beginning of a course. If it doesn't state anything about late assignments, then the general rule of thumb is removing 10 points from the grade for each day it is late.