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You can't do this without knowing the distribution of scores.

Q: How do you find the scores at the 60th percentile in a set of 200 scores?

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I think the answer you are looking for is 94. A 100% IQ score is 200 so 47% of 200 is 94

Divide 45 by 100 to revert it into a percentile. Then multiply it by 200. Or you could do the simpler version of simply doubling the number...

To find 31 percent of 200 you will solve it like this: 31% of 200 is: 0.31* 200= 62. Using a calculator will also help.

To find the 25 percent of 200, you divide 200 by 4 to get an answer of 50.

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Into what kind of percentage do you want to convert it? A percentile already is some kind of percentage. It says that so-and-so many percent score above (or below) your score (or whatever score you are considering). The actual score (percentage or otherwise) can't be deduced from the percentile, unless you look it up in a table of scores. For example, if you are in the top 20 percentile in an exam, and there are 1000 students, get a list of the scores - sorted from high to low - and count the first 20% of scores - in this example, the scores for the best 200 students. The student at position #200 will be the answer.

166/200 x 100 = 83 %

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A score is 20 years, so 10 scores is 200 years.

I think the answer you are looking for is 94. A 100% IQ score is 200 so 47% of 200 is 94

Divide 45 by 100 to revert it into a percentile. Then multiply it by 200. Or you could do the simpler version of simply doubling the number...

10 score years.

Divide 45 by 100 to revert it into a percentile. Then multiply it by 200. Or you could do the simpler version of simply doubling the number...

A score is 20, so 200 years would be 10 score years.

three times CSK scored 200+ scores against Rajasthan,Mumbai,Punjab

IQ scores fall in a range from 0 to 200. You need to validate the score.

There is no real answer, because no one really cares about bad scores, they only care about good scores. I would hazard a guess that it would be close to 200.