Do you mean ''What does the AUM Mantra mean?''
mean average is weighted residual of the integrated probability density function. mean average mean is that divided by N
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The mathematical term for "mean" is "mean".The popular, or colloquial term for "mean" is "average".
No, the geometric mean is not the same as the mean of two numbers.
it means the weighted GPA
it shouldn't affect your unweighted GPA, as long as your weighted GPA is higher than a 4.0 then your unweighted stays a 4.0 (hopefully this makes sense)
If you get all A's on regular classes, your unweighted GPA would be 4.0. If you had all A's on honors classes, your weighted GPA would be 5.0.(unweighted=4) If you had all A's on AP Classes, your weighted GPA would be 6.(unweighted=4) HOWEVER, most colleges count your unweighted GPA.
My daughters final average was 98.13. She had cumulative credits of 19.50. How did they come up with a unweighted cumulative GPA of 97.8205?
You can't convert an unweighted average into a weighted average simply by adding something. You have to do the whole calculation for the weighted average.
unweighted: 3.0 weighted: 4.0
You will feel a vibration in the steering wheel
If you mean UConn I'd say a 3.25 unweighted GPA and a 4.25 weighted QPA would be more than enough...
4.0 unweighted 5.0 weighted
Top colleges prefer new students to hold a unweighted GPA over 3.7 and a SAT score above 1900. It is possible to attend a top college with a 3.95 unweighted GPA and a low SAT score of 1500 with letter of recommendations, and lots of community/volunteer experience.