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# Square Root Curve Calculator

Enter the percentage grade in the tool and the calculator will find the Square root curve grade

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Enter the percentage grades (%) into the square root curve calculator to find the square root curve grades equivalent to the percentage grades.

## What is a Square Root Curve?

The square root curve grading is a technique to raise the grades of the entire class on the same criteria. This method is used for raising the grades of the course when unexpectedly complex or out-of-course paper is taken.

The square root curve calculator makes the conversion simple and fast. The square root curve grading is a simple procedure of benefiting the students' low grades and making them an equivalent percentage.

### Square Root Curve Formula:

The formula for calculating the Square root curve is quite simple as you only have to enter the students grade percentage in the square root grade curve calculator.

#### SRG = SQRT(G)*10

• SRG= Student Root Curve Grade
• SQRT= Square Root
• G= G Stands for Student Grade Percentage
• Lastly, we have to multiply it by *10

### Example:

Find the square root curve percentage of a student if its percentage grade is 10 %.

Given:

The percentage grade = 10 %

Solution:

Now to convert the percentage grade into the square root curve, use the formula:

#### SRG = SQRT(G)*10

Square Root Curve Grade = √(10)*10

Square Root Curve Grade = 3.1622*10

Square Root Curve Grade = 31.622

The Texas curve calculator provides a simple procedure to convert the percentage of students on the same scale.

## Working of Square Root Curve Calculator:

The sqrt curve calculator only needs the percentage grade to find the square root grading curve score.

Let's see how!

Input:

• Tap Calculate

Output:

• Step-by-step calculations.

## FAQs:

### How Does the Curve System Work?

The professor can upgrade the marks of the whole class to equal distribution by the square root grading curve procedure.

## References:

From the source of Sciencing.com: Square root curve

From the source of Tophat.com: AP curve chart