Q: How many questions can you get wrong to get an 40 percent if there are 10 questions?

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That's 28 percent wrong. When your math improves, you'll be able to figure out that it also means 72 percent correct.

You got 131/3 % wrong and 862/3 % correct. Obviously it was not a math test.

90% of 80 right means 10% of 80 wrong, which means 10/100 x 80 = 1/10 x 80 = 1/1 x 8 = 8 questions wrong.

you get 20% if you get 1 out of 5 questions.

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

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You can get 20 questions wrong.

10 is the answer,because 100 - 80 = 20 divide that by 2 and you get the answer. 50 - 40 = 10

10 can be wrong and 30 right; 30/40 = 75%

4 out of 10 is 40 percent

8 wrong i.e. 32 right 10% of 40 is 4 80% = 8 x 4 = 32 40 - 32 = 8

That's 28 percent wrong. When your math improves, you'll be able to figure out that it also means 72 percent correct.

80%=80/100 80/100 x 50 questions = 40 correct answers. therefore 50 - 40 = 10 incorrect answers.

You got 131/3 % wrong and 862/3 % correct. Obviously it was not a math test.

3 out of 10

You can miss 10% of questions, or 12 questions

To find the percentage, find the number of correct answers and divide by the total number of questions given. In this case it is (10-4)/10, or 60 percent.

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