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A student's grade in a college course is determined by the scores of 5 quizzes, a midterm exam and a final exam. The midterm exam and the final exam both count twice as much as a quiz in determining the student's average grade. If the student averages a score of 80 on the quizzes and scored a 90 on the midterm exam, then what would the student have to score on the final exam to have an overall average grade of 85 for the entire course?

A - 85.5
B - 90
C - 92.5
D - 93.5
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5/9*80+2/9*90+2/9*x = 85 (mid term n final both count twice as much as a quiz)
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5/9*80+2/9*90+2/9*x = 85
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A student's grade in a college course is determined by the scores of 5 quizzes, a midterm exam and a final exam. The midterm exam and the final exam both count twice as much as a quiz in determining the student's average grade. If the student averages a score of 80 on the quizzes and scored a 90 on the midterm exam, then what would the student have to score on the final exam to have an overall average grade of 85 for the entire course?

A - 85.5
B - 90
C - 92.5
D - 93.5
E - 95


Sorry this concept is not clear to me , can anybody explain. Thanks.
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Jeoren wrote:
A student's grade in a college course is determined by the scores of 5 quizzes, a midterm exam and a final exam. The midterm exam and the final exam both count twice as much as a quiz in determining the student's average grade. If the student averages a score of 80 on the quizzes and scored a 90 on the midterm exam, then what would the student have to score on the final exam to have an overall average grade of 85 for the entire course?

A - 85.5
B - 90
C - 92.5
D - 93.5
E - 95


(80*5) + (90*2) + (x*2) = 85*9
580+(x*2) = 765
X=185/2
X=92.5

Answer is C

Is there any other way to solve this question which is faster?


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Jeoren wrote:
A student's grade in a college course is determined by the scores of 5 quizzes, a midterm exam and a final exam. The midterm exam and the final exam both count twice as much as a quiz in determining the student's average grade. If the student averages a score of 80 on the quizzes and scored a 90 on the midterm exam, then what would the student have to score on the final exam to have an overall average grade of 85 for the entire course?

A - 85.5
B - 90
C - 92.5
D - 93.5
E - 95


(80*5) + (90*2) + (x*2) = 85*9
580+(x*2) = 765
X=185/2
X=92.5

Answer is C

Is there any other way to solve this question which is faster?


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Thank you, got the concept.
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