41 questions (if you got 83 percent, then that means you got 34 questions right)
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.
138 answered correctly.
You got 38 right.
Divide how many you got right by 25. Multiply the product by 100.
the correct way is to divide the number of questions you got right by the number of questions there are
Divide how many questions you got right (11) by how many questions total there was (14). Then multiply it by 100. 11/14=0.78....... 0.78 x 100=78 YOUR ANSWER IS 78%
You divide the number of questions you got right by the number of questions there are then multiply the answer by 100.
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!
138 correct answers. 138/150=92
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.
81.8% 54/66 * 100= % right
You answered 23 questions incorrectly.
138 questions right and 12 questions wrong
Designate the number of correctly answered questions as r. From the problem statement, r = 92 % of 28 = 0.92(28) = 25.76. If partial credit is allowed, this probably means that there were 25 questions completely right and one more that was considered three-fourths right.
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.
Assuming that you answered 45 questions and got the other 43 right, that would be 96 percent.
I took a test that had 35 questions. I got a 91%, how many did I miss?
80 percent, this is easy, even for a guy who did summer school twice for math related subjects.