Q: What percent of the questions did mark miss on his test if he answered 5 questions wrong out of 65?

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When I graded papers, no matter how many questions, I would mark the questions wrong that were wrong with checks. Then, to come up with a grade I would subtract the number possible with the number wrong. That would give me the total number right and from that you assign a grade to the paper.

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Assuming that each question carries the same one mark: 88% right = 100% - 88 % wrong = 12 % wrong → 12 % of 44 = 12/100 × 44 = 5.28 wrong Assuming that your percentage right was truncated (and not rounded to 89% to the nearest whole number), you got 5 wrong.

You need at least a 75% on your exam.

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You could fail seven questions, and still meet the minimum mark required.

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When I graded papers, no matter how many questions, I would mark the questions wrong that were wrong with checks. Then, to come up with a grade I would subtract the number possible with the number wrong. That would give me the total number right and from that you assign a grade to the paper.

Anil answered 7 questions correctly (35 marks) and 3 questions incorrectly (-6 marks).

If you're awarded 1 mark per question, and you got 77%, you missed roughly 25% of the questions, which is 15

Placing a question mark at the end of a phrase does not make it a sensible question. Try to use a whole sentence to describe what it is that you want answered.

It doesn't!Type in your question (a sensible spell checked questions with no punctuation apart from a question mark) and read the answer below. If it cannot be answered, send it, or, be happy that now you have a new question of the universe!

ie RULE: Two periods within and a comma before and after (i.e.,) He answered many questions right, i.e., he knew the answer to etesian wind. ie RULE: Two periods within and a comma before and after (i.e.,) He answered many questions right, i.e., he knew the answer to etesian wind.

I answered a question for Mark Z and wanted to know if my answer was any help to him?

No more than 11. You may have a problem if it's a math test.

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Questions generally have no periods unless there are abbreviations in them. In English, they end with a question mark. In Spanish, questions start with an inverted question mark and end with a question mark.