Q: How many questions where right if you got 95 and there where 40 questions?

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If you got 14 out 25 questions right you should get a 40. This is a low grade.

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.

You can miss 40. 80% of 200 = 160 questions right; 40 wrong

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

Change the percent into a decimal. 88% is the same thing as 0.88 Take the number of questions and multiply by the decimal. 45 x .88 = 39.6 The mathematical answer would be "39.6", although it's unlikely that there's "0.6" of a question. You got 39 to 40 questions correct.

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To find the percentage of questions you got right, divide the number of questions you got right (3) by the total number of questions (40) and multiply by 100. In this case, the percentage you got right is 7.5%.

If you got 14 out 25 questions right you should get a 40. This is a low grade.

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.

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The IQ test is based on how many questions you did, and how many of those you got right. Example: 50 questions on the test, you ANSWERED 40. They take a small percentage off because you didn't finish all of them. So out of 40, you got 30 right. That's a 75% But they would take off because you only finished 40 out of the 50. So your final score would be around 70%. HOPE THAT HELPS! XOXO!

Take the number of questions you got right and divide that by the total number of questions. Then times it by 100. ex. You got 10 questions right out of a 25 question test. 10/25= 0.40 x 100 = 40%. That's pretty bad!

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You can miss 40. 80% of 200 = 160 questions right; 40 wrong

35 out of 40.

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

Change the percent into a decimal. 88% is the same thing as 0.88 Take the number of questions and multiply by the decimal. 45 x .88 = 39.6 The mathematical answer would be "39.6", although it's unlikely that there's "0.6" of a question. You got 39 to 40 questions correct.

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