It depends how many points each question is worth. If each question is worth five points on a twenty question test, you would get ninety-five percent.
Assuming that each question carries the same one mark: 88% right = 100% - 88 % wrong = 12 % wrong → 12 % of 44 = 12/100 × 44 = 5.28 wrong Assuming that your percentage right was truncated (and not rounded to 89% to the nearest whole number), you got 5 wrong.
Just one question, and I reckon it was the question about percentages!
you spelled the question wrong its many not "meny"
You might not have missed any - you just got nearly half of them wrong.
If all 35 questions were worth the same credit and you got a 75 percent,then you put down the wrong answer for 83/4 questions.
If every question was worth the same credit, you missed 18 of them.
If there are forty and you got twelve wrong, then you got twenty-eight correct. 28 out of 40 = 70%
You got 131/3 % wrong and 862/3 % correct. Obviously it was not a math test.
100-83 = 17% wrong spellings
What was your last question? I did not answer it, but I might be a bit of assistance.
What Darwin Got Wrong has 288 pages.
3/50 = 0,06 = 6 percent wrong, which means you get 100 - 6 = 94 % correct answers. Also it depends on how many you got wrong, so if you got 5 wrong you would get an 84.
If all the questions were worth the same amount and 100 percent was a perfect score, then each question would be worth five points and getting seven wrong would get you a 65. Since you got a 64, there must be some scoring information that you neglected to tell us.
83. You may have typed the question wrong.
She got 4% incorrect.
It is a 75%, which is a C in most grading systems.