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Q: How many questions can you get wrong to get a 80 percent if there are 80 questions?

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You can get 20 questions wrong.

Each question is worth 2.5 percent. You can get 8 wrong.

14 of them.

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As 11.2 is 80% of 14, you would have to get at least 12 questions right to be above 80%, so you could only get 2 questions wrong.

15 wrong

20

toget 80% you need .8 x 15 = 12 questions right. That means you can 15-12 = 3 questions wrong

100 divided by 5 is 20. 100 minus 20 is 80. The answer is 1.

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

24 wrong answers

10 is the answer,because 100 - 80 = 20 divide that by 2 and you get the answer. 50 - 40 = 10

80%=80/100 80/100 x 50 questions = 40 correct answers. therefore 50 - 40 = 10 incorrect answers.

80% of 400 = 320 = pass. So the maximum incorrect answers should not exceed 400 - 320 = 80

You can get at most 20% wrong. 20% of 16 is 16*20/100 = 3.2 Since you cannot get 0.2 questions wrong, the maximum possible is 3 questions.

8 wrong i.e. 32 right 10% of 40 is 4 80% = 8 x 4 = 32 40 - 32 = 8

In order to score 80% on a test with 30 questions, you must give 6 wrong answers. You can do it!

80 percent of 40 questions equals 32 questions.

20 wrong.

-- Not more than 5 . -- I hope it's not a math test.

6 wrong gives a score of 80%, 80% wrong means 6 correct.

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Eight of them.

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In order to score an 80 percent on a 70 question test, one can afford approximately 14 errors. This question can be calculated by taking 56 divided by 70,which equals 0.8. Take 0.8 and multiply that by 100 to get 80.