seventy-five points seventy-five points
if i am correct, the highest score on Doodle Jump is 861,581,572 points
If you have 100 points and 50 questions, you take 100 points divided by 50 questions, so you can see how many points each question is, which would be 2 points per question. If you got 45 questions right, multiple 45 by 2 and you get 90%.
IF the test totals up to 100 points, AND IF every question carriesthe same score, then each question gets 22/9 points.
Yes, depending on the grading scale. Some grading scales score below 70 an F. So if you have a 10 question quiz where every question is worth 10 points and partial credit is awarded for partially correct answers and you get 6 questions correct and a very small portion of a 7th question correct you could end up with 61%.
well I guess the highest score you could get in Quizzy's is 250 because the maximum points you can get per question is 5
The answer will depend on the total score for the test and whether or not all the questions are score the same.
Four hundred and seventy two (472). They came second, they would have been first had Dumbledore not awarded Harry, Ron, Hermione and Neville extra points.
Do you mean pass Ellen's score by only one point or by more than 1 point? The answer will be different depending on your answer to my question.
20 is a score. Hence the traditional life-span of 3 score and 10 is seventy.
Assuming every question has the same score, then: if 126 questions correct score 176, each question scores 176/126 points With 0 correct this gives a score of 0 × 176/126 points With 63 correct this gives a score of 63 × 176/126 = 88 (as given). To score at least 100: number of questions × 176/126 ≥ 100 → number of questions ≥ 100 × 126/176 = 71 13/22 Assuming you cannot answer part of a question to get the mark, you must answer at least 72 questions to get a score of 72 × 176/126 = 100 4/7 If you were to get only 71 questions right you would score 71 × 176/126 = 99 11/63 which is less than 100. You need to get 72 questions right to get a score of at least 100.
if one of the questions is a bonus it is 2 points each
You get a 90 as a score when you miss 2 out of 20 questions because each question is worth 5 points.
The answer depends on the aim of the scoring. If it is to discourage guesswork of any kind, then wrong answers should be very heavily penalised. I suggest subtract 50! If you simply want to ensure that pure guesswork leads to a 0 score, then the penalty for a wrong answer should be 20 points.
5, but only if you get all the rest correct. Can you guarantee that?
Your score is 89.3333%. Formula=75/67x100
you score 3 points
You get one points if you score a goal or an assist.
The correct score is 11 (X is worth 10 points), unless you placed the X on a bonus square. If you use a blank tile to represent an X, then the correct score is 1.
5% of the total test score per question.
you score points in afl by kicking goals for 6 points and a behind for 1 point