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So basically there was a test with 72 questions and you got x number of them wrong, and got 70%.

So... You have to find out what 70% of 72 is.

All you have to do is multiply 0.70 by 72. Which equals 50.4

50 represents the number of questions you got right out of 72.

So, 50/72 = roughly 70%

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72 - 50 = 22

SO. To answer you question, you can miss 22 questions out of 72 to get 70 percent.

Why does it sound like you're trying to go all lazy on a test?

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70% of 15 is 10.5 so it is 4.5 questions

Not more than 11.

Assuming that you get all your answers correct (can you rely on that?), you can miss 12.

70% of 12 is 8.4 and 12 minus 8.4 = 3.6

No more than 19. You can do it!

64, of course. Unless you mean how many can you miss and still pass... 70% of 64 is 44.8, so you need 45 to pass so you can miss 19.

3 out of 10

14 miss 35 correct 35/49 = 0.714 = 71.4%

1(95-x)=70 95x=70 x 25x

2 * (50 - x) = 70 50 - x = 35 x = 15 You can miss 15 questions.

not more than 15

24 of them.

28 x 70% = 19.6 which means you need 20/28 which will give you 71 percent 19/28 would give you 68 percent

70 PER CENT means 70 out of a hundred... so you missed 30

60 questions can be missed.

You can miss 40% = 70*40/100 = 28. However, that depends on two things: one is that you get all the remaining answers correct and also that you are not penalised for wrong answers.

30. But only if all the remaining ones are correct. And judging by the fact that you have to ask this question, I would not put my money on that.

70 percent of 186 = 130.2. As you cannot get 0.2 of a question right, we'll round that up to 131. That leaves 55 questions you could get wrong and still score 70 percent - 70.43 to be precise. If the examiner is feeling generous, then they would round up 130 questions correctly answered from it's actual value of 69.89% to 70&, but it might be best not to bank on that.

You can miss 7 but then MUST get all the rest correct.

You can get 60 questions wrong and get a 70 percent but if you get 61 wrong you are at a 69.5 percent.

You can miss 31.5 questions. 105*70%(.70)=73.5 105-73.5= 31.5

You can get 63 questions wrong and get 70%.

You can miss out 30% 30% of 150 = 150*30/100 = 45

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