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

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Q: Anil scores 29 marks by attempting 10 questions how many has he attempted correctly and how many incorrectly if the mark for 1 correct answer is plus 5 and the mark for 1 incorrect answer is -2?

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