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Q: What percentage would you get if you missed 2 questions out of 8?

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you managed 8 out of 10, 4/5ths or 80%

Assuming that you answered 45 questions and got the other 43 right, that would be 96 percent.

2 of 5 = 40% wrong .3 of 5 = 60% correct (your score).Please say it was not a math test !

you would have 15 questions correct, 88.2% and a B on the normal grading system.

If a person missed 2 questions on a test, they would have 44/46 correct. This would mean they had approximately .9565 correct. That times 100% = 95.65%

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.

29/30 questions correct = 96.6667 percent, which is exactly 96 2/3%

You take the total number of missed problems, subtract from total of questions, divide by total of questions (then convert to percentage). Example: 10 total questions on test, three are missed Step 1: 10 - 3 = 7 Step 2: 7 divided by 10 = .70 Step 3: .70 converted to percentage = 70%

~66.67%.

percentage of 2 wrong out of 120 questions = 1.67%% rate:= 2/120 * 100%= 0.0167* 100%= 1.67%

100%-80%=20%10*.2=2Therefore you missed 2 questions.

It means you missed 5 questions. You have to be in the top 2%.

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