A student received grades of 99, 81, 86, and 81

Jason Yuhas 2022-01-17 Answered
A student received grades of 99, 81, 86, and 81 on math quizzes. How do you find the student's average?
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veiga34
Answered 2022-01-17 Author has 32 answers
Explanation:
Add the scores together and divide by how many numbers you added together.
99+81+86+81=347
added 4 numbers 3474=86.75
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