you can miss 12 questions 30 right = 30/42 = 71%
1% It depends on where the decimal point is supposed to be in that question - since answers.com does not allow punctuation in the questions, try writing "point" where the decimal is supposed to be.
I think it depends on the grading scale. However, if each was worth a point then maybe you could only miss 15 questions to get an 85%.
Because then that answers the question. Questions are made to be found out. Not for fun.
the answer to the question is 60%
The answer depends on the question being clearer about the centre point of WHAT!
If you have ordered questions into bullet points then each question (or bullet point) should end with a question mark.
The same way you grade any test - you add up how many questions the student got correct and then divide that by the total number of questions. In order to change that into percentage, you then multiply that number by 100.For example, if someone got 92 out of 110 questions right, their score would be 92/100 = 0.836 x 100 = 83.6 percent.
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You can only miss 16 points on a 100 point test in order to get an 84%. If the questions are worth 2 points EACH, you can miss 8. If the questions are worth 4 points each, you can only miss 4 questions.
If C is passing and its a 10 point scale then.. you can only miss 18 questions.
Your grade would be 75 if you missed 25 questions out of 100. If there are 100 questions, each question would be worth one point.
You can ask the question exactly to the point. Adjectives can be used to make it specific.
Every human questions his or her gender at one point in their lives. They also question their existence. This is very common, and is part of people finding themselves and their purposes for being alive.
The question is not relevant to ending suffering so the Buddha made a point of not offering an answer to this question.
Questions on a test do not always have the same point value. The answer cannot be determined.
From a parents point of view the first thing to do is make certain the question being asked is indeed what the requester wants to know. Next, use questions to clarify what it is that they know already and lastly answer the question as clinically as possible.I found that this encouraged further conversation when the time was right to talk about the commitment side of sex.Because the venue I am writing on now doesn't allow for questioning from the answerers point of view I usually avoid answering.
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According to my grade calculator with a 60 question test your break point would be 30 for a D- and a 57 for an A+, so an 80% would 47 correct questions and that means you would get a B and that is missing 10 questions.
I don't know which particular question you're referring to, but from looking at your questions, it is possible you can't get the answer you need because you keep saying your questions are the same as ones that REALLY aren't asking the same thing.
15 5 point questions and 30 2 point questions.
Just to point out: You just asked a question. At the top of your screen, there should be a box that states: "Ask us anything" -- That is where you ask questions.
Yes, 0.25 of a point for every incorrect question, if you skip it, then there will be no penalty