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Visual logic, help using loop and variables

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So I'm tasked with writing a program to find out students grade using 4 different sets of scores (tests,quiz,lab, La) I'm trying to use a forloop to do this but she wants us to use this formula:"

wLab*(Lab1+Lab2+Lab3)+wQ1_4*(Q1+Q2+Q3+Q4)+wQ5*Q5+ wLA*(LA1+LA2+LA3+LA4)+wTest1*Test1+wTest2*Test2+wCP*CP

According to our grading policy,

wLab = 0.08, wQ1_4=0.03, wQ5=0.08, wLA= 0.05, wTest1 =0.07, wTest2 = 0.14, wCP = 0.15"

What I'm having trouble with is using the for loop to give each quiz/test/ect a different variable name(Like quiz1, quiz2). I can make a chart that uses a for loop to get all the scores then add them for a total but in her formula she wants each score to have a seperate variable(I have no idea how I could attach a different variable to each input using a loop). Can someone lead me in the right direction to do that, or is it possible using a while loop?

Edited by Graxin, 12 November 2013 - 06:50 PM.

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