# Problem finishing Free Online Course NCP101 Introduction to the Natural Capital Project Approach

JPrussmann
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Hello,

I'm about to finish the online course, but I'm having some problems with the very last question in Module #4 "Optional Assessments". It asks to input the result rounded to million, and when I do so, it states that the answer is incorrect. I summed all the values for the ud_exp column (which was calculated in a previous step) of the bz_Recreation_IM to get to the answer. Please tell me what I'm maybe doing wrong. I'm including a screenshot.

Thank you very much

I'm about to finish the online course, but I'm having some problems with the very last question in Module #4 "Optional Assessments". It asks to input the result rounded to million, and when I do so, it states that the answer is incorrect. I summed all the values for the ud_exp column (which was calculated in a previous step) of the bz_Recreation_IM to get to the answer. Please tell me what I'm maybe doing wrong. I'm including a screenshot.

Thank you very much

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## Comments

You are very close to the correct answer on this one! Remember to round up to the nearest million (your hundreds of thousands unit is greater than 5).

-Gregg

and unable to work with the field calculator.

fields are not getting included in the expression column

as the module covers only with ArcGIS , im unable to work

in qgis . also can you pls guide how to use class breaks in this

field calculator

We tried to include basic guidance for using both ArcGIS and QGIS, but given course time limits we were not able to cover everything. If you need some help using QGIS, I recommend doing a simple Google search. Below are some links I found using Google:

- QGIS Field Calculator: http://docs.qgis.org/1.8/en/docs/user_manual/working_with_vector/field_calculator.html

- QGIS Class Breaks:

http://gis.stackexchange.com/questions/92043/how-to-change-class-break-schemes-in-qgis

http://linfiniti.com/2010/09/new-class-breaks-for-graduated-symbols-in-qgis/

Regards,

Gregg