Q: How many questions did you miss out of 25 if you got 96 percent?

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7.5 questions

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You answered 23 questions incorrectly.

0.70 x 125 = 88 questions right You can miss 125-88 = 37 questions to get 70 percent But you got to get all the rest correct!

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.

I took a test that had 35 questions. I got a 91%, how many did I miss?

You might not have missed any - you just got nearly half of them wrong.

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

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

If every question was worth the same credit, you missed 18 of them.

41 questions (if you got 83 percent, then that means you got 34 questions right)

If you missed out 11 AND got all the rest correct you would have 83.08%. However, if you miss out 11 out of 65 it is unlikely that you are good enough to get all the rest correct!

If you're awarded 1 mark per question, and you got 77%, you missed roughly 25% of the questions, which is 15

You can't get 90% in a test with 32 questions. However, if calculated the answer would be 3.2. i.e., you would miss 3.2 questions to get 90%. This can happen when the examiner gives you marks even for a partially correct answer.

73 questions on the test, all worth the same credit. Score 79% means you got -- 58 correct (79.452%) -- 15 wrong (20.548%)

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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.

40 questions

So basically there was a test with 72 questions and you got x number of them wrong, and got 70%. So... You have to find out what 70% of 72 is. All you have to do is multiply 0.70 by 72. Which equals 50.4 50 represents the number of questions you got right out of 72. So, 50/72 = roughly 70% -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 72 - 50 = 22 SO. To answer you question, you can miss 22 questions out of 72 to get 70 percent. Why does it sound like you're trying to go all lazy on a test?

If you got 16 questions correct on a test, and got 80 percent, then there are a total of 16 / (80/100) = 16/0.8 = 20 questions on the test.

Getting 72 per cent right means if you had 100 questions you would have got 72 correct. Since there were half as many questions (50), you would have got half as many (36) correct.