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On a 50-question test, a student answered 5 questions incorrectly. What percent did the student answer correctly? A. 55% B. 10% C. 90% D. 45%
On a 50 question test, if the student answered 5 questions wrong, he answered 45 correctly. 45/50 * 100 = 90. Therefore the student answered 90% correctly.
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On a 50 question test, if the student answered 5 questions wrong, he answered 45 correctly. 45/50 * 100 = 90. Therefore the student answered 90% correctly.
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Subtract the quotient of 15 ÷ 3 from the sum of 33 and 7 is 35.
(33 + 7) - (15 ÷ 3)
= 40 - 5
= 35
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