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Q: What percentage would you get if you got 3 out of 10 questions correct?

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(18 ÷ 20) × 100 = 90 Therefore: 90%

You missed 12 questions out of 32, which means you got (32-12)=20 questions correct. (20/32) = 0.625; 0.625 * 100 = 62.5. Your percentage is 62.5%.

16/24 x 100 = 66.6 recurring (that is, 66.6666...) percent. That means you got a solid (D) on the test.

You got 91.66% right, and 8.33% wrong

Well first of all 6/5 isn't possible unless you got extra credit, but if you did then: %120 If you meant 5 out of 6 then you got: %83.33...

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The percentage you would get would depend on the number you got correct, not simply the number that you answered! The maximum you could get is 100*34/39 = 87.2 %

Multiply the total questions by the percentage (divide the percentage by 100 first) to get the number you had correct. In this case it would be 150 times (64/100) to give you 96 correct answers.

6/11= .5454 54.5%

(18 ÷ 20) × 100 = 90 Therefore: 90%

53% or F

10/40 wrong means 30/40 correct 30/40 = 75% correct

You missed 12 questions out of 32, which means you got (32-12)=20 questions correct. (20/32) = 0.625; 0.625 * 100 = 62.5. Your percentage is 62.5%.

Getting 72 per cent right means if you had 100 questions you would have got 72 correct. Since there were half as many questions (50), you would have got half as many (36) correct.

It would be a 55%

10 questions

Multiply the number of questions by the percentage expressed as a decimal: 24 x 0.75 = 18

He got 6 wrong.

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