not pretty outcome
12172017, 09:11 AM


in your calculator type: 20/7 = 2.857142857 (Yikes, but this is what each question is worth.
so if you leave that decimal of 2.857... in your calculator, then you multiply that by the number they got correct.
Example: I get 4 correct so 4 x 2.857142857 = 11 points (rounding) The reason I would keep the entire decimal in the calculator is the further you carry it out, the more accurate.
here is a rundown of points
# correct in first column with points earned (round to nearest whole) right beside it.
0 correct= 0 pts
1 correct = 3 pts
2 correct = 6 pts
3 correct = 9 pts
4 correct = 11 pts
5 correct = 14 pts
6 correct = 17 pts
7 correct = 20 pts
