Q: How many questions did you miss out of 100 if you got a 77 percent?

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You can miss out 30% 30% of 150 = 150*30/100 = 45

-- Since she answered 86 percent of the questions correctly, she answered the remaining 14 percent of them incorrectly. -- 14% of 100 questions is 14 questions.

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.

To get at least 64% you can miss at most 100 - 64 % = 36 % Percent means "out of 100" 36 % of 56 = 36/100 x 56 = 20.16 → Can miss 20 questions.

You got 89 percent. Hence, you answered 89/100*150 = 133.5 questions. hence you missed 150 - 133.5 = 16.5 questions.

100%-80%=20%10*.2=2Therefore you missed 2 questions.

At most 16 questions. Percent means "out of 100" → 85% of 108 = 85/100 × 108 = 91 4/5 Which means unless you get 92 you will not get at least 85 % Therefore you can miss out on 108 - 92 = 16 questions at most and still get at least 85 %

70 PER CENT means 70 out of a hundred... so you missed 30

You can lose 44% which is 150*44/100 = 66. But then you must get every one correct!

The answer to how many questions you can miss (assuming each question is worth 1 mark) is given below: ((100-90)/100) * 125 = 12.5 questions. You must round this down unless you can be awarded half marks. Assuming no half marks are awarded you can miss up to 12 questions on a 125 question test and score 90% or more.

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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%.

6 x 100/70...

90% of 27 = 27*90/100 = 24.3 So you MUST answer 25 questions - ie all but 2 - AND get them all correct!

You can get 20 questions wrong.

20

You'd be 100% right.

five

Use an equality. 65 questions/100% = Xquestions/86% 100X = 5590 X = 55.9 -------------------------call it 60 You missed 5 questions, or a partial question somewhere.

100 - 69 = 31, and it's percent, so it's .31 .31*30 = 9.3, but you must round down or up (down to get more than 69%), so you can miss 9 questions and still fail.

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

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 solve the proportion:x / 50 = 90 / 100 where "x" is the unknown number of questions you have to answer correctly. From that, you can then deduce the number of incorrect questions allowed.

20

60 percent = 60/100 60% of 40 = 60/100 x 40 = 24. Ans: 24 questions.