Q: How many question can you miss to get a 40 in a 66 question test?

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The answer depends on not just how many you miss out but also, of the ones that you do answer, how many you get correct.

You can miss 40% = 70*40/100 = 28. However, that depends on two things: one is that you get all the remaining answers correct and also that you are not penalised for wrong answers.

40-26=14 questions answered correctly. 14/40=.35 Therefore the percentage of the test would be 35%

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The answer depends on not just how many you miss out but also, of the ones that you do answer, how many you get correct.

The question is, "What is 30% of 40?"is/of=%/100P/40=30/100100P=1200P=12You can miss 12 and get a 70% of the test.

You can miss 40. 80% of 200 = 160 questions right; 40 wrong

If you miss 6 questions you will get an 85% on a 40 question test. To calculate various test score questions, simply divide the number of correct answers by the number of total questions. For example, on your particular question, if you divide 34 (the number of correct answers) by 40 (the total number of test questions), the answer is .85, or 85%.

Assuming the questions are all weighted the same, you can miss 5 and score 90%.

you can miss 40% 40 x .4 = 16

You can miss 10 questions. 50-10=40. 40/50=4/5=0.8=80%.

You can miss 40% = 70*40/100 = 28. However, that depends on two things: one is that you get all the remaining answers correct and also that you are not penalised for wrong answers.

If you score 1 per question, then you can miss out -40. If you score 10 per question, then you can miss out 104. If you score 100 per question, then you can miss out 118.

Each question would be worth 2.5%