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@amistre64 if you're not busy could you possibly help me?

show me your idea ... and lets see if we can correct it

Does it mean that he can receive 1/10th of the 20 questions that he missed?

Pardon my slow reply, my laptop keeps freezing >~<

it may mean, the 1/10 of the remaining points, after a submission.

Oh hold on a minute I might have an idea

What you said sounds more logical than what I just spewed out.

the remaining points after 10 submissions looks to be 20(.90)^(10)

but that isnt a series, its not a summation process that is being asked for.

adding on 10% of the 90% thats left over from the previous submission

it actually gets us to the same amount as the sequence setup

Sequence setup?

its creating it, you just have to see it for what it is.
we an form a function from it

sequence is a list
series is a summation of the terms in a list.

I understand that much, but I don't know what you're meaning

100 - 6.97 is the maximum score they can obtain.

do you know the formula for a geometric series?

No Sir (or M'am)

then all this harder processing has been rather in vain dont you think ..

find the formula for the sum of a geometric series for me ..

I found yhe formula I think and it's terrifying

That's a little less scary but what do the letters stand for ?

1/10...?

I've gotten to the point where I have to say the dreaded "I have no idea.."

(.90)

correct :)
so, g1 = 20(.10)
r = .90
what is n?

n=10

im going to run an errand now, so good luck, ask about what it is you are still concerned with.

Alright, thank you very much!