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posted by Anonymous

Let me see if I understand how to find your grade now. So this time if there are 60 questions and you miss 15 your grade would be a 72?

  1. Ms. Sue

    60 - 15 = 45 right

    45/60 = ?

    It's not 72

  2. Anonymous

    75

  3. Ms. Sue

    Right.

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