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    help needed Email lomoteye@outlook.com

    In a University College grading system, a student will have to register for different courses and
    for each course it is required a particular amount of credit hours needed for students to study in a
    week. As part of the continuous assessment for a particular course, say Calculus, you need to
    calculate the earned weighted credit for that course and this involves knowing the mid-semester
    exam score and the final exam score, respectively (earned weighted credit is computed by
    multiplying the sum of both mid-semester and final exams scores by the credit hours).
    If the sum of both mid-semester and final exams scores is greater than or equal to 70 score, then
    we determine the said student to have attained an A grade in Calculus course, otherwise the
    student is evaluated to have attained a B grade.
    We want to calculate the Performance Ratio of a student for Calculus, and this is done by
    dividing the earned weighted credit by the maximum weighted credit. Moreover, we want to
    evaluate the grade attained by the same student.
    Design an algorithm (in flowchart) that determines the grade attained and calculates the
    Performance Ratio of a student for Calculus, given the scores of mid-semester and final exams,
    and the maximum weighted credit.

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    Re: help needed Email lomoteye@outlook.com

    ...and the c++ question is?
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    Re: help needed Email lomoteye@outlook.com

    And what is your question?
    Victor Nijegorodov

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