Q: What is percentage on 15 wrong questions out of 70?

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7%

You would have 70%.

70% of 60 questions= 70% * 60= 0.7 * 60= 42 questions

About 71.429% is 50 out of 70 as a percentage.

percentage = 70%% rate:= 56/80 * 100%= 0.7 * 100%= 70%

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70%

You can get at most 22 questions wrong, otherwise you will score less than 70 %. To get 70% right you can get 100 % - 70 % = 30 % wrong 30% of 75 = 30/100 x 75 = 22.5 I assume you can't get 1/2 a question wrong, so you can get at most 22 questions wrong otherwise you will score less than 70 %.

You can get 63 questions wrong and get 70%.

70% of 25 is 17.5. That is you will pass with 7 (7.5) questions wrong.

You can get 60 questions wrong and get a 70 percent but if you get 61 wrong you are at a 69.5 percent.

To score 70% or higher you must get at least 70/100 * 70 = 49 questions right. So you can get 70 - 49 = 21 questions wrong, but no more!

You can get 60 questions wrong, which leaves you with 140 answers correct, giving you 70%.

If five people answer eight questions each, then there are 40 total questions. 5 x 8 = 40 If 12 of those 40 answers are wrong, then 30% of the questions are wrong. This leaves 70% of the questions to be right. 12 / 40 = 0.3 0.3 = 30% 40 - 12 = 28 28 / 40 = 0.7 0.7 = 70%

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

In order to score exactly 70% on a test with exactly 70 questions ... if every questionis worth the same credit ... you have to get 21answers wrong. You can do it.

30

14 of them.