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23/25=92/100

92%

Q: If you have a test with 25 questions and you miss two what percentage did you get?

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Assuming thatall questions carry the same score,there no penalties for unanswered questions, andall the ones that you do answer are correct,you can miss two.

You can miss 40% = 70*40/100 = 28. However, that depends on two things: one is that you get all the remaining answers correct and also that you are not penalised for wrong answers.

92.3077% correct percentage.

It is: 96.77% rounded to two decimal places

33-9=24 24/33x100=72.73% to two decimal places

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You can solve this in two steps * First find out how many questions you DIDN'T miss. * Then convert (questions not missed) / (total questions) into a percentage. The above assume that you want a percentage; it also assumes that all questions have the same weight.

7Added; it depends on the state you are taking the test in.

Assuming thatall questions carry the same score,there no penalties for unanswered questions, andall the ones that you do answer are correct,you can miss two.

90% of 21 = 18.9So, in order to score 90% on a test with 21 questions,you can't miss more than two of them.

2 * (50 - x) = 70 50 - x = 35 x = 15 You can miss 15 questions.

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You can miss 40% = 70*40/100 = 28. However, that depends on two things: one is that you get all the remaining answers correct and also that you are not penalised for wrong answers.

92.3077% correct percentage.

It is: 96.77% rounded to two decimal places

Missing two questions = getting eight questions correct. 8/10 = 80%

You have "30" 2 point questions and = 60 points, and "10" 4 point questions which = 40 so 60+40= 100 (check)