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To compute a student's Grade Point Average (GPA) for a term, the student's grades
for each course are weighted by the number of credits for the course. Suppose a
student had these grades:
4.0 in a 5 credit Math course
2.5 in a 3 credit Music course
2.7 in a 5 credit Chemistry course
3.3 in a 6 credit Journalism course
What is the student's GPA for that term? Round to two decimal places
Student's GPA =
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To compute a student's Grade Point Average (GPA) for a term, the student's grades for each course are weighted by the number of credits for the course. Suppose a student had these grades: 4.0 in a 5 credit Math course 2.5 in a 3 credit Music course 2.7 in a 5 credit Chemistry course 3.3 in a 6 credit Journalism course What is the student's GPA for that term? Round to two decimal places Student's GPA =

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Gradesx credits GPA = Total credits (4.0x52.5x3+2.7x5+3.3x 6) 19 20+7.5+13.5+19.8 19 60.8 19 3.2

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