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    Students at ACC must earn 90 credits to obtain an Associate's degree. Three students find that they all have a GPA of 3.3 even though they do not have the same number of credits. The students hope to increase thier GPAs to a 3.8 by the time they have earned 90 credits. Once student has earned 50 credits, another has earned 40, and the other, 85. Is it possible for all of the students to increase their GPA by the time they earn 90 credits?

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    To have a 3.8 GPA with 90 credits, the total score needed is 3.8*90 = 342

    For the student has credit 50, the total score he has is 50*3.3 = ...

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