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Old 05-13-2019, 02:20 AM
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So in my example you’ll get 3/4 of a question rights on average?
Are you suggesting something is wrong or nonsensical with that conclusion? I'm never going to flip half a head and half a tail, but it still makes sense to say I average half heads.
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Loosely speaking, "1" means the weighted average of the quiz score [under a large number of random trials].
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