75% or a "C".
You can solve the proportion:x / 50 = 90 / 100 where "x" is the unknown number of questions you have to answer correctly. From that, you can then deduce the number of incorrect questions allowed.
2 * (50 - x) = 70 50 - x = 35 x = 15 You can miss 15 questions.
Missing two questions = getting eight questions correct. 8/10 = 80%
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.
92% or A-
it would be an F because 3/6 would equal to 1/2 and 1/2 equals 50%. and a 50% means an F
Even if you assume the questions are all worth the same number of marks, the answer may well depend on the grade boundaries.
75% or C
You get a 90 as a score when you miss 2 out of 20 questions because each question is worth 5 points.
83% or B
Then you get a 50% F
It is 75
You can only miss 16 points on a 100 point test in order to get an 84%. If the questions are worth 2 points EACH, you can miss 8. If the questions are worth 4 points each, you can only miss 4 questions.
4 of 6
"What is 1 + 1?" is an easy math question in any grade.
100%-80%=20%10*.2=2Therefore you missed 2 questions.
Figo grading is as follows: Grade 1: <5% of the tumor is solid Grade 2: 5-50% of the tumor is solid Grade 3: >50% of the tumor is solid Nuclei which are highly pleomorphic bump the grading up one grade. For instance if you are grade 1 by amount of solid tumor, and have bad nuclei, then you are bumped up to Grade 2.
Providing that all 14 remaining questions were correct then the percentage is 87.5%
You will failed.