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Q: What is the percent if 6 questions were wrong out of 15 questions on a test?

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7 wrong out of 22 questions = 31.8% wrong. 15 correct out of 22 questions = 68.2% correct. I hope it wasn't a math test.

15 wrong

toget 80% you need .8 x 15 = 12 questions right. That means you can 15-12 = 3 questions wrong

40 percent wrong questions. To calculate the percentage 6 divided by 15 and multiplied by 100.

70% of 15 is 10.5 so it is 4.5 questions

73 questions on the test, all worth the same credit. Score 79% means you got -- 58 correct (79.452%) -- 15 wrong (20.548%)

The test has 25 questions and you can only get 5 questions wrong, if not you fail.You only need to get 15 questions right to pass.

The test has 25 questions and you can only get 5 questions wrong, if not you fail.You only need to get 15 questions right to pass.

15 questions.

If u get 1-5 wrong A 5-10 wrong B 10-15 wrong C 15-20 wrong D 20 and up u get a F

15. They allow you to get 3 wrong answers in order to pass.

No more than 15.But why miss any ?

There are two parts: You must correctly answer 15 out of the 20 motor vehicle regulations questions, and you must correctly answer 15 out of the 20 road signs questions.that is a 75% on each test :)

80% B

No more than 15, if all 50 questions are worth the same credit. .

In order to score 70 or below on a 50-question test, you must answer at least 15 of them wrong.

100*12/15 = 80 percent

40 percent

What is the probability of what?Guessing them all correctly?Getting half of the correct?Getting them all wrong?PLEASE be specific with your questions if you want WikiAnswers to help.

21%

93% or A

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

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

60% D

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