To a 100% A
62 percent regardless of the overall of the test still means you only got a little over half the questions right if it was a 100 point test it would be 62 grade for 62 right points if it were say 150 you would have gotten 95 points correct its easier for them to show you a percent which is if you had 4 tests and 2 were 150 points and 2 100 all were 30 percent of you final grade would not be added totaled then div. by four like high school if all four were 2 62's and 2 95's your final percent/grade is still 62 which means 30 x .62 gives you 18.6% for your 30% you need of your final grade still your grade is going to be a D for that percentage.
degrees = arctan((percent grade)/100) percent grade = tan(degrees) * 100
Your grade totally depends on what grading scale your teacher is using. I have had classes where 70 out 0f 100 would be an "F" or a "D", and others where it would be a "C-".
[(100x60) + (Tx40)]/100=Average, where T is you average on the other 40% of your grade. Example: your grade average is 90 before the test. You get a 100 on the big test. [(100x60) + 90x40)]/100 = [6000 + 3600]/100 = 96
You would divide 46 by 52 and then multiple by 100 to find the percent. The grade would be an 88 if all the questions are worth the same amount.
According to my grade calculator it is a D. If there are a 100 possible and you got 65 than means you missed 40% of the test.
it is a C
75% out of 100% is 75/100 or .75. In grade terms is a C.
A 100% is totally an A+.
Generally 90-100 % will give you letter grade A
The grade is actually a C, so hope that helped :/
Out of 100, yes.
It depends on the grade
It's usually a A+
It is either a C or D, but if the teacher is "hard" than its a F.
Depends on how much the 100 points values for .
Depends on how many were possible. For instance on a test of 100 questions 80% would be a B.
The overall percent yield can be found by converting the individual percentages to decimals (by dividing the percentages by 100), multiplying these decimals together, and converting this product back to percentage. 0.95 X 0.91 X 0.93 = 0.80 or 80 percent yield overall.
Percent grade is the rise divided by the run, or the slope, times 100. Since rise divided by run is slope, and this is the tangent of the angle, the formula is: tan-1(% grade/100). For example, if I wanted to convert a 33% grade to an angle, it would be: tan-1(33/100) = 18.2629 degrees.
i think its a A+ cause 95% to 100% is an A+.