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PUBLIC LAW 103-382—OCT. 20, 1994 108 STAT. 3573 "(IV) the number of such children between 20,200 and 77,999, inclusive, in such population, multiplied by 2.5; and "(V) the number of such children in excess of 77,999 in such population, multiplied by 3.0. "(B) PUERTO RICO.—Notwithstanding subparagraph (A), the weighting factor for Puerto Rico under this paragraph shall not be greater than the total number of children counted under subsection 1124(c) multiplied by 1.72. " (2) FISCAL YEARS AFTER 1999. — "(A) IN GENERAL.—For each fiscal year beginning with fiscal year 1999 for which the Secretary uses local educational agency data, the weighted child count used to determine a local educational agency's grant under this section is the larger of the two amounts determined under clauses (i) and (ii), as follows: "(i) BY PERCENTAGE OF CHILDREN. — This amount is determined by adding— "(I) the number of children determined under section 1124(c) for that local educational agency constituting up to 14.265 percent, inclusive, of the agency's total population aged 5 to 17, inclusive, multiplied by 1.0; "(II) the number of such children constituting more than 14.265 percent, but not more than 21.553 percent, of such population, multiplied by 1.75; "(III) the number of such children constituting more than 21.553 percent, but not more than 29.223 percent, of such population, multiplied by 2.5; "(IV) the number of such children constituting more than 29.223 percent, but not more than 36.538 percent, of such population, multiplied by 3.25; and "(V) the number of such children constituting more than 36.538 percent of such population, multiplied by 4.0. "(ii) BY NUMBER OF CHILDREN.— This amount is determined by adding— "(I) the number of children determined under section 1124(c) constituting up to 575, inclusive, of the agency's total population aged 5 to 17, inclusive, multiplied by 1.0; "(II) the number of such children between 576 and 1,870, inclusive, in such population, multiplied by 1.5; "(III) the number of such children between 1,871 and 6,910, inclusive, in such population, multiplied by 2.0; "(I\0 the number of such children between 6,911 and 42,000, inclusive, in such population, multiplied by 2.5; and "(V) the number of such children in excess of 42,000 in such population, multiplied by 3.0. "(B) PUERTO RICO. —Notwithstanding subparagraph (A), the weighting factor for Puerto Rico under this para-