Credit hours are calculated fairly easily. For example, if you take a class that you can finish in about 10 hours, that will give you 1.0 CEUs. It is a decimal system. Even though
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1. Request an unofficial copy of your transcript from the office of the registrar. Most college registrar offices will require you to submit a form that includes your name, student
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1. Survey the road for one year using a vehicle traffic counter to determine how many cars travel the road in total. 2. Divide the total number of cars by 365 to compute the average
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1. Measure the billable time worked in six minute intervals instead of hours. Six minutes equals onetenth of an hour. 2. Divide the number of minutes worked by 6 to find the number
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