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Q: On a 38 question test and 28 were correct what is the percent you got incorrect?

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80%

you can't answer the question if you don't know how many total questions there are

The answer will depend on how many of the ones you do manage to answer are correct!

80% = 0.80.8 x 50 = 40

Making the very unlikely assumption that all the ones you do answer are correct and that there are no penalty points for incorrect answers, 52*30% = 15.6 so you can miss out at most 15 questions.Making the very unlikely assumption that all the ones you do answer are correct and that there are no penalty points for incorrect answers, 52*30% = 15.6 so you can miss out at most 15 questions.Making the very unlikely assumption that all the ones you do answer are correct and that there are no penalty points for incorrect answers, 52*30% = 15.6 so you can miss out at most 15 questions.Making the very unlikely assumption that all the ones you do answer are correct and that there are no penalty points for incorrect answers, 52*30% = 15.6 so you can miss out at most 15 questions.

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28/38 * 100% = 73.68% You got about 74% on the test.

you can't answer the question if you don't know how many total questions there are

The answer will depend on how many of the ones you do manage to answer are correct!

to see if your hypothesis was correct or incorrect.

5, but only if you get all the rest correct. Can you guarantee that?

Providing that all the other questions are correct then it is 9 questions

80% = 0.80.8 x 50 = 40

On a multiple choice test with answers of A, B, C, and D, the answer of 'A' would only be the correct answer if all other choices are incorrect.

Assuming that you get all your answers correct (can you rely on that?), you can miss 12.