Q: If you have 72 percent in a class how much do you have to get on the exam if it's worth 30 percent?

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If the exam is worth 30% of the overall score, then the classwork is worth 100 % - 30% = 70% of the overall score. If you have scored 72% on your classwork, this is 70% of your overall score, ie 70% × 72% = 50.4 %. As you have already passed 50%, you do not need to score anything in your exam to pass overall with 50%. If you prefer working with numbers (as opposed to percentages), then: assume the whole testing includes 1,000 questions (it doesn't matter how many, but 1,000 leads to whole numbers) → 30% = 30/100 × 1,000 = 300 are asked in the exam → 1,000 - 300 = 700 asked in class. → To pass with 50% you need to get 50/100 × 1,000 = 500 questions right. → 72% right in class is 72/100 × 700 = 504 questions right → 504 > 500 → you have exceeded 50% already. If this is not hypothetical but based on your current situation, I would not recommend that you avoid doing any work for your exam (or skip it altogether), but instead try your best and see if you could get an overall pass of 80% (which would be 100% in the exam).

It is not possible to answer the question without knowing how much of the total each one is worth. If they are both equally important, then the answer is 50% but they are rarely (if ever) equally important. If the test grade is worth x percent of the total - not your grade but how much weight it carries in the total - then the average is [x*70+(1-x)*30]/100

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The answer depends on the percentage required for a pass. This is not a fixed value.

70% is a C- so if you already have 60% all you need is another 10%. Which is score 33/100 on your final exam which is actually an "F". You have a lot of leeway if you know you're at 60% but you should still aim for an "A".

Assuming the 78 is 80% of the class and a 60 is passing: 78*.80 + x*.20 = 60 .2x + 62.4 = 60 .2x = -2.4 x = -12 So you cannot really fail the class. (If you need a 70 to pass the class you need at least a 38.)

Since there is no overall target given, it is not possible to answer the question precisely. However, x% in the final exam will give an overall percentage of 0.65*x + 28.75 percent.

60% of 30 is 18 (0.6 x 30), so you go into the exam with 18 points. A perfect score on the exam would result in an overall grade of 83% (70 + 18).

If the exam is worth 30% of the overall score, then the classwork is worth 100 % - 30% = 70% of the overall score. If you have scored 72% on your classwork, this is 70% of your overall score, ie 70% × 72% = 50.4 %. As you have already passed 50%, you do not need to score anything in your exam to pass overall with 50%. If you prefer working with numbers (as opposed to percentages), then: assume the whole testing includes 1,000 questions (it doesn't matter how many, but 1,000 leads to whole numbers) → 30% = 30/100 × 1,000 = 300 are asked in the exam → 1,000 - 300 = 700 asked in class. → To pass with 50% you need to get 50/100 × 1,000 = 500 questions right. → 72% right in class is 72/100 × 700 = 504 questions right → 504 > 500 → you have exceeded 50% already. If this is not hypothetical but based on your current situation, I would not recommend that you avoid doing any work for your exam (or skip it altogether), but instead try your best and see if you could get an overall pass of 80% (which would be 100% in the exam).

Ok, so if you have a 71 going into the exam that means that your 71 accounts for 60% of your grade. Set up your equation like this:71(0.6) + x(0.4) = 65Solve for x and you have your required gradeIn this case, the grade you need to maintain a 65 is a 56.Hope this helps

If you make the assumption - without any justification - that all questions are worth the same, then each one is worth 1/35 of the total for the exam.

40 to 44% of 40 = 16 to 17.6so out of 100 you currently have between 16 and 18 marks(if you round up from 0.5)

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