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Q: An arithmetic student needs at least a 70 percent average to receive credit for the course If she scored 86 percent 77 percent and 64 percent on the first three exams what is the lowest score she?

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The arithmetic mean is 79.

It means that the average score of all the students in a class is 70. Ex: Assuming 3 students got the below scores in their English exam for a total score of 100. Student 1 = 60 Student 2 = 70 Student 3 = 80 Total score of 3 students = 60 + 70 + 80 = 210 Average score of 3 students = 210 / 3 = 70

40 percent of 25 students is 10.

25%

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