krisMOM1977 received a helpful vote for an answer of the question: What would my grade be on a 150 question test with 29 wrong? and received 100 points "take 150 - 29 = 121.... then divide by 150... = .8066666 ................therefore the answer is rounded up to 81%" 06:46pm Oct 9, 2019

krisMOM1977 received a helpful vote for an answer of the question: What would my grade be on a 150 question test with 29 wrong? and received 100 points "take 150 - 29 = 121.... then divide by 150... = .8066666 ................therefore the answer is rounded up to 81%" 09:13am Sep 13, 2018

krisMOM1977 received a helpful vote for an answer of the question: If there are 7 quiz questions how many points a peice is each question worth and received 100 points "about 14% points each... but some teachers assign different value to different questions if the test is small.
Divide 100 (percent) by 7 (questions)... and you get 14 point something (i didn`t bother to divide it out further)" 07:42pm May 9, 2018

krisMOM1977 received a helpful vote for an answer of the question: What happens if I take expired medication sleeping aid and received 100 points "Most medications just lose their effectiveness when expired. I`ve used expired stuff.... just nothing SEVERELY expired.
Also, don`t use expired refrigerated meds... for example, I don`t use liquid antibiotics or insulin that are expired... (ok, i did take my insulin once when it had JUST recently expired and I survived... but wouldn`t take it if it`d been longer)" 09:04pm Feb 6, 2017

krisMOM1977 received an unhelpful vote for an answer of the question: If there are 7 quiz questions how many points a peice is each question worth and lost 100 points "about 14% points each... but some teachers assign different value to different questions if the test is small.
Divide 100 (percent) by 7 (questions)... and you get 14 point something (i didn`t bother to divide it out further)" 07:28am Nov 16, 2015

krisMOM1977 received a helpful vote for an answer of the question: If you missed 12 on a 51 question test what is your score and received 100 points "76%... take number correct and divide that by the total number. Yes, you are dividing the smaller number by the larger number. It will give you a decimal. In this case, it gives you .7647..... the first two numbers after the decimal is your percentage... the third number determines if you round up or down. (for example, if it said .7657... you would have rounded up to a 77%.... but that`s not the case here)" 01:26pm Oct 26, 2015

krisMOM1977 received a helpful vote for an answer of the question: If you missed 12 on a 51 question test what is your score and received 100 points "76%... take number correct and divide that by the total number. Yes, you are dividing the smaller number by the larger number. It will give you a decimal. In this case, it gives you .7647..... the first two numbers after the decimal is your percentage... the third number determines if you round up or down. (for example, if it said .7657... you would have rounded up to a 77%.... but that`s not the case here)" 07:55pm Oct 22, 2015

krisMOM1977 received an unhelpful vote for an answer of the question: If you missed 12 on a 51 question test what is your score and lost 100 points "76%... take number correct and divide that by the total number. Yes, you are dividing the smaller number by the larger number. It will give you a decimal. In this case, it gives you .7647..... the first two numbers after the decimal is your percentage... the third number determines if you round up or down. (for example, if it said .7657... you would have rounded up to a 77%.... but that`s not the case here)" 03:04pm Sep 21, 2015

krisMOM1977 received an unhelpful vote for an answer of the question: What would my grade be on a 150 question test with 29 wrong? and lost 100 points "take 150 - 29 = 121.... then divide by 150... = .8066666 ................therefore the answer is rounded up to 81%" 11:35pm Feb 26, 2014

krisMOM1977 received a helpful vote for an answer of the question: Should i ask the doctor before changing baby formula and received 100 points "Just changing the brand??? or changing the type... (like from regular to soy or something)... also depends on the child`s health background.
Healthy newborn switching to a different formula because one is cheaper than another... won`t hurt them... might see mild reaction in diaper or spitting up for up to a few days after switch...
If you think your child needs soy, go ahead and try it if they have been pretty healthy...
As long as they continue to wet and soil diapers and don`t have any other reactions, you`re fine. Doctor doesn`t have to be consulted unless your child has had some failure to thrive issues or something else that`s serious regarding feeding.
However, don`t switch baby back and forth a lot..." 01:06pm Nov 12, 2013