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Can you tell us the number of questions Jagjit attempted correctly?

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In JEECAT exam, a student scores four marks for every correct answer and loses one mark for every wrong answer.
If Jagjit attempts all sixty questions and secures 130 marks.
Can you tell us the number of questions Jagjit attempted correctly?

posted Aug 25, 2020 by Prithvi

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38 right
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Maximum score is 4*60=240 points.
Every wrong answer costs 4+1 = 5 points.
Number of wrong questions is (240-13)/5 = 22
Number of right questions is 38

answer Sep 3, 2020 by Jcm



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