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lowest value became minus

when i calculate lowest value using lowest value sheet i got minus value and how can handle this case.

system value : 60000

Highest : 100

passing balue : 63

and according to value sheet i got minus value.

thanks in advance.

jin dal

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    Posted on Jan 08, 2008 at 07:50 PM

    Jin Dal,

    You cannot have a negative value at all in the system. You must in this case map your highest value to something lower, so that your overall scale 'compresses'.

    For example, set your highest value of 100 as being equivalent to something like 70000 (just an example), and your lowest value will not go negative.

    Of course, I don't know how you are trying to map this to a GPA calculation or to other system scales.

    Michael

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    Posted on Jan 09, 2008 at 08:04 AM

    Hi Jin dal,

    Try to put your base value lower or raise the sytem value .

    You have 63 , try to have above 65000 .If it is 50 , then ur base value can be 60000 as used .

    Regards

    Gajalakshmi

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