Q: What is the percentage if you got 4 out of 6 questions right?

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(4/54)*100 =7.41% WRONG and (50/54)*100 =92.59% CORRECT And if you could not work that out, I doubt you got just 4 questions wrong!

4/12 =33%

85.19% right

If all 35 questions were worth the same credit and you got a 75 percent,then you put down the wrong answer for 83/4 questions.

66% That's a D.

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A test score of "90" represents the percentage of correct questions. Multiply this percentage by the total number of questions and you will have the number of questions correctly answered. Subtract this from the total to find answers wrong. 90% of 40 questions = .90 x 40 = 36 questions right. 40-36 = 4 answers wrong.

(4/54)*100 =7.41% WRONG and (50/54)*100 =92.59% CORRECT And if you could not work that out, I doubt you got just 4 questions wrong!

If you missed 4 questions out of 50, your total would be 46/50. Therefore, your percentage would be 92%.

4/12 =33%

To calculate your score, we need to know the total possible score for the 25 questions. If each question carries an equal weight, we can assume that each question is worth 4% (100% divided by 25 questions). To find your score, multiply the percentage you achieved (84%) by the total possible score (4% per question) and divide by 100: Score = (84% * 4% * 25) / 100 Score = (0.84 * 0.04 * 25) / 100 Score = 0.84 Therefore, if you got 84% on 25 questions with each question being worth 4%, your score would be 0.84 or 84%.

4% wrong

4 out of 10 is 40 percent

percentage if 4 out of 14 students are right = 28.57%% rate:= 4/14 * 100%= 0.2857 * 100%= 28.57%

Well, in my family(4 people) The percentage is 3/4 right-handed.-Comment by TwixManiac!

In the PSAT, just as in the AP and SAT, if you guess at an answer and get it wrong you lose one quarter of a point. For each question you answer correctly, you gain one point. Therefore if you got 4 questions wrong and one right, you would have a total score of zero. If you had skipped those 4 questions you got wrong, you would have a total score of one.

An impossibility but 4 out of 5 equals 80% of the questions were correct

21/28 = 3/4 = 75%