Programming with Microsoft VB 2010 Diane Zak Chapter 6 Exercise 5 Grade Calculator Solution

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Programming with Microsoft VB 2010 Diane Zak Chapter 6 Exercise 5 Grade Calculator Solution


Professor Arkins want an application that allows him to assign a grade to any number of students. Each student's grade is based on three test scores, with each test worth 100 points. The application should total the test scores and then assign the appropriate grade using the information shown in figure6-38. Open the Grade Calculator Solution( Grade Calculator Solution.sln) file contained in the VB2010\Chap06\Grade Calculator Solution folder. if necessary open the designer window. Code the application. Save the solution and then start and test the application. Close the code Editor window and then close the solution.
total points earned grade
270-300 A
240-269 B
210-239 C
180-209 D
below 180 F

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Special Price: $12.00

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Programming with Microsoft VB 2010 Diane Zak Chapter 6 Exercise 5 Grade Calculator Solution

Professor Arkins want an application that allows him to assign a grade to any number of students. Each student's grade is based on three test scores, with each test worth 100 points. The application should total the test scores and then assign the appropriate grade using the information shown in figure6-38. Open the Grade Calculator Solution( Grade Calculator Solution.sln) file contained in the VB2010\Chap06\Grade Calculator Solution folder. if necessary open the designer window. Code the application. Save the solution and then start and test the application. Close the code Editor window and then close the solution.
total points earned grade
270-300 A
240-269 B
210-239 C
180-209 D
below 180 F

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