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Grade
School

Date
Questions15
Score

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35100

=

0.35

1

210

=

2

51100

=

3

910

=

4

810

=

5

57100

=

6

56100

=

7

70100

=

8

94100

=

9

410

=

10

54100

=

11

64100

=

12

310

=

13

110

=

14

510

=

15

77100

=

Answers Key

1

210

=

0.2

2

51100

=

0.51

3

910

=

0.9

4

810

=

0.8

5

57100

=

0.57

6

56100

=

0.56

7

70100

=

0.7

8

94100

=

0.94

9

410

=

0.4

10

54100

=

0.54

11

64100

=

0.64

12

310

=

0.3

13

110

=

0.1

14

510

=

0.5

15

77100

=

0.77

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