Haha here's the mathematical answer.The total of n integers will have a remainder of either 0, 1, …, (n-1) modulo n. This means the possible fractionals parts for the average are just: 0, 1/n, 2/n, 3/n, …, (n-1)/n.
E.g. If 1 subject: only can have decimal of 0.
If 2 subjects: only can have 0 or 0.5.
If 3 subjects: 0, 0.333..., or 0.666...,
If 4 subjects: 0, 0.25, 0.5, or 0.75.
So a fractional part of 0.25 for instance means the no. of subjects must have been 4 (or something divisible by 4).
(Assumption: weights in average are equal.)
Yes. They are always integers.Does this assume that all marks are integers ?
Mine has been rising at a faster rate each year... Doubt that will still happen in my final years thoughIn general, does your wam tend to drop as you progress through your degree? [emoji38]
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FINS2624 has definitely been put in!Aside from that, assuming fins2624 has been put in, either acct2522 or econ1202 i think must have been put in. That's about all i can get from it. Interested to see what other people can deduct
Because on Tuesday morning at 8AM, my stream declaration WAM reflected two subjects, and then at 11AM, it had changed and then reflected three subjects. By asking around (and comparing with students in my cohort doing different subjects e.g. B Actl Studies / B Adv Maths who don't do 2131 and whose WAM didnt change), we deduced that 2131 was uploaded then.how sure are you that actl2131 is reflected, and not Actl2111.. im assuming that you do 2111 as well.
currently my mark reflects 3 subjects.