45 were correctly answered
138 answered correctly.
Divide how many questions you got right (11) by how many questions total there was (14). Then multiply it by 100. 11/14=0.78....... 0.78 x 100=78 YOUR ANSWER IS 78%
If she answered 75% of them right she would have answered 246 of them right and 82 of them wrong.
Designate the number of correctly answered questions as r. From the problem statement, r = 92 % of 28 = 0.92(28) = 25.76. If partial credit is allowed, this probably means that there were 25 questions completely right and one more that was considered three-fourths right.
If you answer 5 out of 12 questions right you have answered approximately 42% of the questions correctly. This can easily be figured out by dividing 5 by 12.
You would need to answer 68 questions correctly.
10% is right 40 of 50 would be 80%
Assuming that you answered 45 questions and got the other 43 right, that would be 96 percent.
Then your question will not be answered.
Some peoples questions are weird and/or embarrassing to even talk about. And sometimes your questions are so obscure that it will have to come across the right person to be answered correctly, and who knows how long that's gonna take.
138 questions right and 12 questions wrong