45 were correctly answered
138 answered correctly.
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%
If she answered 75% of them right she would have answered 246 of them right and 82 of them 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 answer 5 out of 12 questions right you have answered approximately 42% of the questions correctly. This can easily be figured out by dividing 5 by 12.
You would need to answer 68 questions correctly.
Assuming that you answered 45 questions and got the other 43 right, that would be 96 percent.
10% is right 40 of 50 would be 80%
Some peoples questions are weird and/or embarrassing to even talk about. And sometimes your questions are so obscure that it will have to come across the right person to be answered correctly, and who knows how long that's gonna take.
Then your question will not be answered.
138 questions right and 12 questions wrong
You'd be 100% right.
You have to divide the number of questions you answered correctly of the number of total questions then multiply by 100. (#correct over total#of questions) x 100 Or, you divided 100 by the total number of questions, then multiply by the number you got right to find your percentage.
911/3 percent is.
70 percent of 186 = 130.2. As you cannot get 0.2 of a question right, we'll round that up to 131. That leaves 55 questions you could get wrong and still score 70 percent - 70.43 to be precise. If the examiner is feeling generous, then they would round up 130 questions correctly answered from it's actual value of 69.89% to 70&, but it might be best not to bank on that.
Ok so the 1st test he got 2/5ths of the question right and for the second test I duno but I know it's not 2/5 so the answer is no
It is 70%
41 questions (if you got 83 percent, then that means you got 34 questions right)
(40/60) * 100 = 200/3 = 66 2/3%
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A test score of "90" represents the percentage of correct questions. Multiply this percentage by the total number of questions and you will have the number of questions correctly answered. Subtract this from the total to find answers wrong. 90% of 40 questions = .90 x 40 = 36 questions right. 40-36 = 4 answers wrong.