A boy got 50% of the questions on a test correct. If he had 10 questions correct out of the first 12, and 1/4 of the remaining questions correct,how many questions were on the test?
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Let x be the total number of questions. You know that there are at least 12 questions. So the remaining number of questions is x-12.
Originally Posted by joop Let x be the total number of questions. You know that there are at least 12 questions. So the remaining number of questions is x-12. Can you set up the proper equation for me? I'll be able to take it from there.
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