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Q: If you had 28 questions on a test and you got a 90 how many did you missed?

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

55

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

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

You passed. You got like 54 questions right that's over 50%

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

10 questions

3

My guess is that it wasn't a maths test. 32 X 0.82=26.24 so you missed 6. Your teacher gave you an extra mark as that comes to 81%.

40 questions

the answer would be 3.333333.... If you got an 84, you probably missed 4 or 5...i am not sure

138 questions right and 12 questions wrong

It can be 100 or 50 questions.

It is not possible to say. You could have missed none but got a whole lot wrong!

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

Presumably you mean 77%? You got 61 right.

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

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

138 answered correctly.

75% If you missed 2 out of 8, then you got 6 out of 8. 6/8 is 75%.

Take a pregnancy test. A missed period does not necessarily mean that you are pregnant. There are many reasons for missing a period.

Multiply the number of questions by the percentage expressed as a decimal: 24 x 0.75 = 18

Assuming that you answered 45 questions and got the other 43 right, that would be 96 percent.

3/50 = 0,06 = 6 percent wrong, which means you get 100 - 6 = 94 % correct answers. Also it depends on how many you got wrong, so if you got 5 wrong you would get an 84.