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# Amy's grade was 90th percentile of the 80 grades for her

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Amy's grade was 90th percentile of the 80 grades for her class. Of the 100 grades from another class, 19 were higher than Amy's, and the rest were lower. If no other grade was the same as Amy's grade, then Amy's grade was what percentile of the grades of the two classes combined?

A. 72nd
B. 80th
C. 81st
D. 85th
E. 92nd

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10 Jun 2006, 16:59
D =85

total amount of grades 180
Amy at 90th = 72
19 higher than Amy = 81
therefore, (72+81)/180 = 85%
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