Assuming you got every other questions right, 14 out of 25 is just over half (actually 56%). In many systems, this would be enough for a C-grade of some kind; in others, it may not be a passing grade, and therefore a D, E or F.
If you missed five, your total right would be 9/14. To find your percentage, divide 9 by 14 to get .642... Then multiply this by 100 to get your grade, which is a 64%.
You would get a 77%. You do 14 (the amount you got right) divided by the total amount of questions (18). So 14/18 which equals 0.77777777...
If you got 14 out 25 questions right you should get a 40. This is a low grade.
58.3% or F
80% Missing 14 questions out of 70 means that you got 56 correct. 56 out of 70 questions is 80%.
-- Since she answered 86 percent of the questions correctly, she answered the remaining 14 percent of them incorrectly. -- 14% of 100 questions is 14 questions.
Providing that all 14 remaining questions were correct then the percentage is 87.5%
36%, assuming that your five answers were all correct. Unless the instructor is grading on a curve, it would probably be an F or fail.
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If the assignment contained 22 questions and you missed 8 of them, it means you correctly answered 14. 14/22 = 64%. This would be a D-F depending your grading system.
for Math "If you have 7 cups of concentrate and 14 cups of water how would you turn that into one cup of juice?"
53% or F
* You would get a 70%, because 20-6=14 and 14/20=.7 *100=70 percent Kaner
Between 13 and 14. Be on the safe side.
On any reasonable grading scale, it's an F.
You can miss 40. 80% of 200 = 160 questions right; 40 wrong
if you are 12-13 you will be in seventh grade and if you are 13-14 you will be eighth grade
70% or C-
Without repeating a grade, I would say about 7th or 8th or 9th, depending on what year and month the 14 year old was born in.
You would be in either 8th grade, or your freshman year of high school (9th grade), depending on when your birthday is.