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Q: What would your grade be if you missed 25 questions out of 100?

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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 70%, because 20-6=14 and 14/20=.7 *100=70 percent Kaner

93 % A+.Since it is 93% so anything higher than 90% will be counted as a A+.

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%

It is: 25/75 times 100 = 33 and 1/3% missed questions

18 ÷ 80 × 100 = 22.5% So the percentage of missed questions is 22.5%

It is: (10-1)/10 times 100 = 90%

Subtract, to find out how many you got right. Then divide the right answers by the total questions, and multiply by 100. Note that this assumes:That the grade is calculated as a percentage.That all questions have the same "weight" or value.

69%. Just subract 31 from 100. 100-31=69.

65/100

Even if you assume the questions are all worth the same number of marks, the answer may well depend on the grade boundaries.

Percentage of correct answers = (25-6)/25 * 100% = 76%

If by grade you mean percentage, you would have scored 67.5%. 40-13= 27 (27/40) * 100

Depends on how many were possible. For instance on a test of 100 questions 80% would be a B.

To calculate your percentage, first subtract the number missed from the total; In this case, 30-6. Then from there you would take the answer (24) and divide it by the total number of questions (30). Then multiply your answer by 100. .80 * 100 = 80%

It depends on exactly what scale is used, but for almost all, that would be an F.

You would divide 46 by 52 and then multiple by 100 to find the percent. The grade would be an 88 if all the questions are worth the same amount.

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Missing 9 questions means that your total mark is 66 out of 75. That would make your percentage 88% out of 100.

D+ according to my grade calculator. You missed most of the test. Not very good.

According to my grade calculator it is a D. If there are a 100 possible and you got 65 than means you missed 40% of the test.

On a calculator you do 19 divided by 25 to get you percent and then you can figure out your letter grade. 90-100 A 80-89 B 70-79 C 60-69 D 0-59 F

if the bearing of the correct a nswer is the same as the o nes that is missed the n % rate of correct a nswers: = (13- 3)/13 * 100% = 10/13 * 100% = 76.92%

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

85%% rate of questions missed:= 17/20 * 100%= 0.85 * 100%= 85%