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I took a test that had 35 questions. I got a 91%, how many did I miss?

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It depends how many points each question is worth. If each question is worth five points on a twenty question test, you would get ninety-five percent.

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Just one question, and I reckon it was the question about percentages!

If every question was worth the same credit, you missed 18 of them.

If all the questions were worth the same amount and 100 percent was a perfect score, then each question would be worth five points and getting seven wrong would get you a 65. Since you got a 64, there must be some scoring information that you neglected to tell us.

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It depends how many points each question is worth. If each question is worth five points on a twenty question test, you would get ninety-five percent.

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.

Just one question, and I reckon it was the question about percentages!

It definitely depends on what the question was and how they attempted to answer it.

you spelled the question wrong its many not "meny"

You might not have missed any - you just got nearly half of them wrong.

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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.

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

4% wrong