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%.

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70% or C-

a B

20 percent

you would get a 70

75 percent or C plus

You get 60%. What that means in terms of grades depends on the grade boundaries.

40% were wrong.

* You would get a 70%, because 20-6=14 and 14/20=.7 *100=70 percent Kaner

67%

86%

6

He got 6 wrong.

40 percent wrong questions. To calculate the percentage 6 divided by 15 and multiplied by 100.

85

6 wrong

-c i think

from what I have heard you can get a 14 out of 20 to pass. That is up to 6 questions wrong.

88% or B+

6 questions out of 20 is 30%

54% or F

6 of 30 is 20%, so a 20. In letter terms, it means you failed. To calculate this on future exams, simply divide the number of correct answers by the total number of questions on the exam. On this one for example, divide 6 by 30, which is how you arrive at the answer, which is a score of 20.

81.818% Solution: 81818 = 1-(6/33)

well first lets say you missed 6 questions out of 20. All you do is take 20 and divide it by 4 and then that equals 5 so each question is worth five points so if you missed 6 out of 20 your grade would be a 70.

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)

30% F