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    How to determine an overall score based on varying percentages?

    There are five parts to final score. Each part has a point total and a percentage relationship to the overall score.

    Part 1: 3.00 points counts as 25% of the total score.
    Part 2: 3.00 points counts as 20% of the total score.
    Part 3: 5.00 points counts as 30% of the total score.
    Part 4: 3.00 points counts as 10% of the total score.
    Part 5: 2.00 points counts as 15% of the total score.

    How do you calculate the final score? What is the final score?
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    Quote Originally Posted by chart1012 View Post
    there are five parts to final score. Each part has a point total and a percentage relationship to the overall score.

    Part 1: 3.00 points counts as 25% of the total score.
    Part 2: 3.00 points counts as 20% of the total score.
    Part 3: 5.00 points counts as 30% of the total score.
    Part 4: 3.00 points counts as 10% of the total score.
    Part 5: 2.00 points counts as 15% of the total score.

    How do you calculate the final score? What is the final score?(nerd)
    3*.25+ 3*.20+ 5*.30+ 3*.10+ 2*.15
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