Q: How many can you miss out of 150 questions to get 70 percent?

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You will have scored 80 out of 150 thus answered 70 questions incorrect.

24 of them.

You got 89 percent. Hence, you answered 89/100*150 = 133.5 questions. hence you missed 150 - 133.5 = 16.5 questions.

You can lose 44% which is 150*44/100 = 66. But then you must get every one correct!

In order to score 78% correct on a test with 150 questions, assuming that every one of the 150 answers is given equal weight, you must answer exactly 33 questions incorrectly. No more, no less.

105 out of 150 is 70%. U can miss 45 questions for a 70%.

70 % of 150 = 150*70/100 = 105 So, provided you get all the answers correct, you can afford to miss 150 - 105 = 45. If you are capable of getting 105 correct out of 105 why not try and go for the Grand Slam? Get 150 from 150!

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150-21--------- x 100 = the answer150

Provided that all 150 exam questions are weighted equally, then 105 correct responses is 70%.

138 correct answers. 138/150=92

138 answered correctly.

100 - 83 = 17 17/100 x 150 = 25.5 missed with rounding you could miss 25 or 26

80% of 150 = 120 so max 30 misses and all others correct.

Multiply the total questions by the percentage (divide the percentage by 100 first) to get the number you had correct. In this case it would be 150 times (64/100) to give you 96 correct answers.

150 as a percent would still be 150 it would be 150%.

30 percent of 150 percent = 45%

70 percent 105 out of 150 questions

17/150 = 25.5%

150% = 3/2Correct for 150 percent, but 150 percent percent is 3/200

(8 percent) percent of 150 = 0.12

70% of 150 = 150*70/100 = 105

21 percent of 150 = 0.21 x 150 = 31.5

To calculate the value of a percentage, convert the percentage to a decimal and multiply by the 100% value..... 92% = 0.92 100% = 150 Therefore 92% = 0.92 x 150 = 138

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