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Q: What is your score if you miss 2 questions out of 25?

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The 2 questions that were wrong equals 25% of the score because each question is 12.5%. So if 2 questions out of 8 were wrong the score would come out to 75%. The equation to get the answer is (100 / 8 = 12.5) So (12.5 x 2 = 25) Now that you know that the questions that were answered wrong equals 25% just do (100% - 25% = 75%) So then 75% is your answer.

You get a 90 as a score when you miss 2 out of 20 questions because each question is worth 5 points.

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It means you missed 5 questions. You have to be in the top 2%.

If you have 25 questions than you take 25x4 so the questions would be worth 4 points. So if you miss 2 than your percentage is 92%

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90% of 27 = 27*90/100 = 24.3 So you MUST answer 25 questions - ie all but 2 - AND get them all correct!

92% or A-

You can solve the proportion:x / 50 = 90 / 100 where "x" is the unknown number of questions you have to answer correctly. From that, you can then deduce the number of incorrect questions allowed.

You can only miss 16 points on a 100 point test in order to get an 84%. If the questions are worth 2 points EACH, you can miss 8. If the questions are worth 4 points each, you can only miss 4 questions.

75% or a "C".

3 25 will go into 100 4 times evenly. So, each question is worth 4 points each. If you make an 88, you missed 12 points. Since 3 x 4 = 12, you would have to miss 3 questions to make an 88.

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