Self-Check A student scores 82,96,91, and 92 on four college algebra exams.What score is needed on a fifth exam for the student to earn an average grade of 90?

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Self-Check A student scores 82,96,91, and 92 on four college algebra exams.What score is needed on a fifth exam for the student to earn an average grade of 90?
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Answered 2021-02-26 Author has 90 answers
Given:
The scores on the four college algebra exams are 82, 96, 91 and 92.
Approach:
Let’s assume that a student needs to score xon the fifth exam.
We will use the following formula for calculating average.
Average=Sum of scores/Number of exams
Calculation:
Average = Sum of scores/Number of exams
90=82+96+91+92+x5
90=361+x5
90×5=361=x
450=361+x
x=450-361
x=89
Final Statement
A student needs to score 89 on the fifth college exam.
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