rahuljava mahajan

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posted 4 years ago

There is a school, Which has got 10 standards. 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10

Every standard has 50 students

Each standards has 8 subjects associated with it : English , Math science, Hindi, History, Hindi, Arts,Sanskrit.

Every year there are 14 tests taken

Assessments are a group/category of one or more tests:

There are different assessments types like Fa1, Fa2, Fa3, Fa4, Sa1,Sa2

For term 1

Fa1 has 4 tests of 20 marks each. Fa1 = t1+ t2+ t3+ t4.

Fa2 has 2 tests of 50 marks each. Fa2 = t5 + t6.

Sa1 has 1 test of 100 marks each Sa1 = t7.

For term 2

Fa3 has 4 tests of 20 marks each. Fa3 = t8+ t9+ t10+ t11

Fa4 has 2 tests of 50 marks each. Fa4 = t12+ t13+

Sa2 has 1 test of 100 marks each Sa1 = t14

For the Annual calculation certain preferences are considered from these assessments .

10% of preferences of marks is taken from Fa1 and Fa3

20% of preferences of marks is taken from Fa2 , Fa4

30% of preferences of marks is taken from Sa1 and Sa2

So the final marks calculations is

Term1 = Fa1 (10%) + Fa2(10%) + Sa1(30%) = 50%

Term2 = Fa3 (10%) + Fa4(10%) + Sa2(30%) = 50%

Full Year = Term1 + Term2 . = 100%

Write a program in java to

Take input of marks for all 14 tests for 5 students

Process the marks for Fa1 ,Fa2, Fa3, Fa4, Sa1, Sa2, Term1 and Term2 and Year.

Every standard has 50 students

Each standards has 8 subjects associated with it : English , Math science, Hindi, History, Hindi, Arts,Sanskrit.

Every year there are 14 tests taken

Assessments are a group/category of one or more tests:

There are different assessments types like Fa1, Fa2, Fa3, Fa4, Sa1,Sa2

For term 1

Fa1 has 4 tests of 20 marks each. Fa1 = t1+ t2+ t3+ t4.

Fa2 has 2 tests of 50 marks each. Fa2 = t5 + t6.

Sa1 has 1 test of 100 marks each Sa1 = t7.

For term 2

Fa3 has 4 tests of 20 marks each. Fa3 = t8+ t9+ t10+ t11

Fa4 has 2 tests of 50 marks each. Fa4 = t12+ t13+

Sa2 has 1 test of 100 marks each Sa1 = t14

For the Annual calculation certain preferences are considered from these assessments .

10% of preferences of marks is taken from Fa1 and Fa3

20% of preferences of marks is taken from Fa2 , Fa4

30% of preferences of marks is taken from Sa1 and Sa2

So the final marks calculations is

Term1 = Fa1 (10%) + Fa2(10%) + Sa1(30%) = 50%

Term2 = Fa3 (10%) + Fa4(10%) + Sa2(30%) = 50%

Full Year = Term1 + Term2 . = 100%

Write a program in java to

Take input of marks for all 14 tests for 5 students

Process the marks for Fa1 ,Fa2, Fa3, Fa4, Sa1, Sa2, Term1 and Term2 and Year.

posted 4 years ago

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The first thing you need to decide is what format you are going to store the data in to input it. Are you going to type it in interactively? Is it going into a file?

The first thing you need to decide is what format you are going to store the data in to input it. Are you going to type it in interactively? Is it going into a file?

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posted 4 years ago

Hello Rahul,

As rightly pointed out by Jeanne, we at the Java Ranch work a lil bit differently, here the onus is on creativity and not on plagiarism.

For that there are a plethora of material that could be mined from the world wide web of junk.

Do let us know how do you intend to tackle this problem, like Jeanne asked "Would you be using File?" or would you be using Collections or just plain arrays?

As rightly pointed out by Jeanne, we at the Java Ranch work a lil bit differently, here the onus is on creativity and not on plagiarism.

For that there are a plethora of material that could be mined from the world wide web of junk.

Do let us know how do you intend to tackle this problem, like Jeanne asked "Would you be using File?" or would you be using Collections or just plain arrays?

Still a beginner at crafting quality coding but have the zeal to learn more. Your help would be appreciated.

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