Q: If you have a 66 average going into an exam worth 15 percent and you receive a 0 on the exam what will your mark be?

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Going by melt value alone, one is currently worth about $6.

28.5%

If all three tests are worth the same amount of the final grade,then your average is 83.3 percent.We hope it's not in Math.

85% of your grade is a 68 and 15% is zero. 0.85 x 68 + 0.15 x 0 = 58, your final grade.

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.

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Assuming your class work (95%) was worth 85% then: 95 times 0.85 = 80.75 plus 20 times 0.15 = 3 gives you an 83.75 or rounded 84 average in the class.

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Going by melt value alone, one is currently worth about $6.

Since the final is only worth 25 percent of your grade, you would add your class average of 84 three times. Then take that total of 252 and add it to your exam grade of 75 for a total of 327. Divide this number by 4 to get your final average of 81.75 percent.

28.5%

If all three tests are worth the same amount of the final grade,then your average is 83.3 percent.We hope it's not in Math.

This print is not going to be worth very much. It will depend upon the condition of the print but it will average at a price of $25.

The mark you now have, 68, is worth 47.6 of your final mark (70% of 68 = 47.6).

Assuming you mean 8% P.A.: fv = 15,000,000 * (1+.08)^20 = 1,680,000,000

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

Gold was worth an average 193 dollars in 1978. A South African gold krugerrand was and is worth about 10 percent more that the present price of gold. A krugerrand in 1978 would have been worth about 212 dollars.