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by either cheating or copying someones test or study wich is the anoying way to do it

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20 percent out of a hundred.

One hundred of them.

You got one hundred on your test. Yes that is a sentence.

A percent is a ratio whose denominator is 100. I know this because I am a math teacher'part of a hundred'

any number divided by hundred for ex: 5/100

There is a math test for on the cna test

What score did you get on the math test - a 100 percent or lower?

150 and above = 200 but less than 150 = 100

Rounded to the nearest hundred, 146 is approximately equal to 100.

thirty percent of 100 is 30..it's because a percent is out of 100..i hope that helps and dont fail your math test!!!

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if you want to get 100% in a test you should revise what you did for that day everyday and then when it comes to the test it will be easier to do and you will get a good score. >>>> Just try not to cram, it'll be easier in the long run. Do practice problems, review quizes, worksheets, etc.

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assuming the person doesn't change speed x/100 = 4.45/40 x = (4.45/40)times 100 do the math and get the answer

What math test is it? I need to know to answer.

To find a percentage for example your score on a math test, you take your score on the test and divide it by the total marks of the test, and Multiply by 100. Ex. 50 marks on a test and you score a 45. 45 divided by 50 is 0.9, multiplying that by 100 gives you 90. Therefore your percentage was 90%

Same as the Anonymous person

Fastest 100 in test matches - 100 off 56 balls by Sir Vivian Richards of the West Indies.

For example.. if you got 25 out of 30 on your test then take 25 and divide by 30 and multiply by 100 which will then give you your percentage.

It is three hundred!

100 to the nearest hundred

100+100= 200

It is 100*100/80 = 125%

Any number higher than fifty. Examples: 55, 64, 73, 82, 91.

97 rounded to the nearest hundred = 100