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rayt333 earned 10 total points
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Thanks Brian, but this was not necessary
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don;t worry about it you helped out on it  .... besides two heads are better then one.
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let me know hwo many points it gave you because it is showing me 1 i thought I posted it for more then that
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It was a 10 point question, it shows up at 10% of original value after you accepted it.
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so it gives you 10 points times whatever i accepted it at i.e. excellent (i think is 8 x) 10 so 80 points but when i view it it is 1 point right ?
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No, what shows up as a PAQ is 10% of the point value of the question

The "expert" points are figured by the "grade" given by the person asking the question, in other words on a 10 point question then that would be muliplied by:
"A" 4 times  =40 expert points
"B" 3 times  =30 expert points
"C" 2 times  =20 expert points
"D" 1 time    =10 expert points
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ok i c
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