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Objective: Design, code, and test a program that...

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Question by totti
Submitted on 4/21/2004
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Design, code, and test a program that calculates the final grade for each student in a particular course.  The course may have up to 50 students and up to five (5) different grade items.  The grade items (tests, programs, homework, etc.) will each have a weight and the sum of the weights will equal 1 (100%).  The class average on each grade item should be calculated to the nearest tenth.  The studentís final grade should also be calculated to the nearest tenth.

The design is yours.  Your grade will be based on the design (how easy is it to use the program, how clear the print outs etc.) also how easy is it to follow your program (readability).





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