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Q: What if you miss 1 question out of 17 questions?

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80%

4 out of 5 or 80%

If you score 1 per question, then you can miss out -40. If you score 10 per question, then you can miss out 104. If you score 100 per question, then you can miss out 118.

you get 20% if you get 1 out of 5 questions.

If you're awarded 1 mark per question, and you got 77%, you missed roughly 25% of the questions, which is 15

The answer to how many questions you can miss (assuming each question is worth 1 mark) is given below: ((100-90)/100) * 125 = 12.5 questions. You must round this down unless you can be awarded half marks. Assuming no half marks are awarded you can miss up to 12 questions on a 125 question test and score 90% or more.

88%

The percentage is 13/17 times 100/1 = 76.5% rounded

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93%

It depends on how many points each question is worth. If they are worth 1 point, 30, 2 points, 15, etc...

two third

As a percentage it is 80%

You didn't provide enough information ! HOWEVER - assuming you meant you need 70%, and each question is 1 mark, then you need to answer 14 questions correctly.

As a percent your grade is 94% which would be an A in my classes. If you are a baeball catcher and miss 1 out of every 17 pitches, I would look for a new catcher.

90%

It will be a 80

11/12 right = 92%

A very small number, less than 1% (you can actually miss several questions and still get a perfect 36).

Go On - 2012 Ring and a Miss 1-17 is rated/received certificates of: Netherlands:AL USA:TV-14

If there are 10 questions on the test then they are each worth 10 point to make a total of 100. If you miss one question, then you got 9 right (10 - 1 = 9) so 9 times 10 would be a grade of 90.

Miss Seventeen - 2005 The First Cut 1-1 was released on: USA: 17 October 2005

Assuming each question is worth 1 mark, 78% of 32 = 78/100 × 32 = 24.96 As it is unlikely that you will get 0.96 of a question/mark, you will need to get 25 questions right to guarantee getting 78% - you will actually get 78⅛ % which would be rounded to 78% to the nearest whole percentage.

If they all count the same, that's 67% right.

100 questions = 20% so 1 question = 20/100 = 0.2%

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