Q: How can you find the grade average from three wrong out of 10 questions?

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If you get 20 wrong out of 50 questions what is your grade?

82.35%

71 percent

If you got 20 problems wrong on a 75 question test your grade would be 73% or a C. You can find that by subtracting the amount of questions you got wrong from the amount you got right, 55 in this case. Divide the amount of correct questions by the amount of questions on the test to get .733333. That is the grade.

17/19 = 89% = B+

it is a 52%

It is 75

65

When I graded papers, no matter how many questions, I would mark the questions wrong that were wrong with checks. Then, to come up with a grade I would subtract the number possible with the number wrong. That would give me the total number right and from that you assign a grade to the paper.

68 right out of 79 is 86 percent. Sounds like a "B."

70% or C-

It depends on the grading scale. 47/50 is 94% which is an A in most cases.

You use division. For example 13/47 is approximately 0.276 or 28%. 100-28 is 72 so the grade would be a 72.

60%

The Bird is equal or greater than the Word.

With 3 wrongs out of 8 questions your average is (3/8)x100 = 37.5% wrong and 62.5 correct.

84 percent, that's a "B."

67% or D+

67% or D+

70% or C-

85% or a B, perhaps a B+

70%

90%.

It depends on the test. Some tests penalise wrong answers, others don't.

73%. To find out your grade, divide 100 by however many questions there are (in this case 26). Multiply the number you get by how many you got wrong (7). Then subtract the number you got from multiplying from 100. This is your score.