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May someone help me understand this question

design an algorithm( pseudocode) to find the weighted average of 4 test scores . the 4 test scores and their respective weights are given in the following format: testScore weightTestScore 30 35% 25 25% 20 15% 25 25%

10/30/2020 9:02:05 AM

Seraphina

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Both of the questions you asked can be solved with cross multiplication. I'd look it up and come back to the code later

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(sum(testscore(s) * weighttestscore(s)))/4

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So does that mean the output is the next row

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Thank you sooo much ✨🌹 I really appreciate itt

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Okay 👌

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But may u explain the question

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any sample output?

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I think the output is what is under the testscore n weightedtestscore

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That was the whole question 😥

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Alright whats the input then?

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4 test scores

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Hmm 🤔

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Okay yes

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if and only if the input is just 4 numbers and nothing else. i cant see what you see so you have to paint a picture ya know? whats missing though? you cant change 30 to 35 without a factor.

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Hmm , Ill go see if there is anything wrong with question

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👍🏻👍🏻👍🏻👍🏻🙏

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My lecturer said I need to use Average= sum of test /4

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if thats it then do it, I'm still unsure what they want. why not just give percentages in the first place then? To just have irrelevant information to distract you? I guess I just don't understand the wording.

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Like in school for a particular subject in a semester you have multiple tests like viva, unit test, practicals and Mains. If suppose each of the individual tests were conducted out of 100 marks. However, each of those 4 test have their own weightage in final scoring which is going to be out of 100. Here you will always observe that total of weightages is 100% I think this should clear your doubt.

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