Q: If i have a test with 10 questions and i get 4 wrong what grade did i get?

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If u get 1-5 wrong A 5-10 wrong B 10-15 wrong C 15-20 wrong D 20 and up u get a F

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67% or D+

10 - 3 = 7 7 / 10 = .7 = 70%

a total of 10

10 can be wrong and 30 right; 30/40 = 75%

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This is a tough question since none of the residents know how to grade a shsat test. the grading is weird and changes every year. I say you might have to get at the maximum 10-15 questions wrong to be offered a seat

90% of 80 right means 10% of 80 wrong, which means 10/100 x 80 = 1/10 x 80 = 1/1 x 8 = 8 questions wrong.

You can get 20 questions wrong.

You got 131/3 % wrong and 862/3 % correct. Obviously it was not a math test.

To find the percentage, find the number of correct answers and divide by the total number of questions given. In this case it is (10-4)/10, or 60 percent.

You take the total number of missed problems, subtract from total of questions, divide by total of questions (then convert to percentage). Example: 10 total questions on test, three are missed Step 1: 10 - 3 = 7 Step 2: 7 divided by 10 = .70 Step 3: .70 converted to percentage = 70%

If there are 10 questions on the test then they are each worth 10 point to make a total of 100. If you miss one question, then you got 9 right (10 - 1 = 9) so 9 times 10 would be a grade of 90.

percentage of 10 wrong out of 36 questions = 27.78%= 10/36 * 100%= 0.2778 * 100%= 27.78%

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.

To find out the percent you need to cross multiply, example: 10/19. Times the correct answers by 100, then divide that number by the total amount of questions=52.63%

If there are 10 questions, then each question will be worth 10 points to make a total grade of 100. Therefore, if you got 6 questions correct (10 - 4 = 6) then your grade will be a 60 (6 times 10)

10/13 right = 77% grade

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Take the number of questions you got right and divide that by the total number of questions. Then times it by 100. ex. You got 10 questions right out of a 25 question test. 10/25= 0.40 x 100 = 40%. That's pretty bad!

The probability of getting all 10 questions right is, P(10) =(1/2)10 =0.0009765...9 questions right, P(9) =10C9 âˆ™(1/2)10 =10âˆ™(1/2)10 ~ 0.009765...8 questions right, P(8) =10C8 âˆ™(1/2)10 ~ 45âˆ™(1/2)10 ~ 0.043945...7 questions right, P(7) =10C7 âˆ™(1/2)10 ~ 120âˆ™(1/2)10 ~ 0.1171875...The probability of passing the test with any of the grade is the sum of all theabove; P(passing)~ 0.1719 ~ 17.2%

70% , which is a C. If you got 6 wrong, that means you got 14 right. 14/20 can simplify down to 7/10 (divide both the numerator and denominator by 7), and 7/10 is a 70%.

40% of 10 = 4 So four questions out of ten is answered correctly.

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