# MATH 1300 3.00AF (Fall 2011)Differential Calculus, with Applications

The following give breakdowns for both the final exam, and the final course scores on which your grades were based.

## Grades for the final exam

The following is a "stem and leaf" plot of the raw final exam scores, out of 200. This is before adding any bonus mark earned by filling out the course evaluation. Kochman and I both adjusted for the relative difficulty of the final exams by adding 10 marks to the scores shown, before calculating final grades. (Other adjustments were adding 4 marks to the first quiz scores, and subtracting 1 mark from the 2nd midterm scores).

Mean: 107
Median: 100

20 |
19 | 248
18 | 1789
17 | 111
16 | 557899
15 | 114445889
14 | 145789
13 | 2449
12 | 1344678
11 | 0244456788
10 | 00002233899
09 | 01111122224445667778899
08 | 456777899
07 | 0124567
06 | 1224579
05 | 12356889
04 | 033
03 | 11
02 | 59
01 | 4
00 |

## Final course scores

The following is a "stem and leaf" plot of the final scores (out of 100), on which your grades were based. This is after incorporating adjustments to account for the relative difficulty of the various components. It also incorporates taking the best (for each person) of the two component weightings given in the course outline. When people were excused from an exam or quiz because of illness or another reason, an equivalent score on that piece of work was calculated, based on that person's class ranking on the final exam.

Mean: 67
Median: 67

0 | 00
9 | 6679
9 | 013344
8 | 555666678
8 | 00112233444
7 | 55556789
7 | 0000001111122344
6 | 55555555667778888
6 | 0000111223334
5 | 55667889999
5 | 012233
4 | 56779
4 | 022333
3 | 59
3 | 1344
2 | 8
2 | 2
1 | 79
1 |
0 |
0 |