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Q: What percentage of questions were answered correctly if you got 10 wrong and there are 40 questions?

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21%

71% of the questions were answered correctly

19/20 as a percentage = 100*19/20 = 95%

70% were correctly answered.

90%.

83.33%

92 %

75%

If you answered 27 correctly and 18 incorrectly, you would have answered 60% correctly.

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.

78.38%

90%.

40% of 10 = 4 So four questions out of ten is answered correctly.

138 questions right and 12 questions wrong

if you mean ansered correctly, that is 60/65 = 0.92 = 92%

Answer 34 questions correctly, ignore the rest.

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.

If there are forty and you got twelve wrong, then you got twenty-eight correct. 28 out of 40 = 70%

40-26=14 questions answered correctly. 14/40=.35 Therefore the percentage of the test would be 35%

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WikiAnswers are people who answer questions that are posed on this site, and some questions could be answered wrong, however, there are enough people who check these sites for accuracy, so if a question is answered wrongly, it will be corrected in due time, or will stay until someone who is knowledgeable will answer it correctly.

100/20 =5 5x16=80 80%

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92.5% were answered correctly, to arrive at that answer divide 100 by 40 and you get 2.5. so each question is worth 2.5%. either multiply 37 by 2.5 or 3 x 2.5 and subtract from a 100.

The vast majority of the questions that are answered are answered correctly. If you are aware of answers that are clearly wrong, you can make the corrections. Or you can contact a supervisor and ask them to make the correction.