# How Well Do You Know Polygonal Number?

10 Questions | Total Attempts: 110  Settings  Mathematics generally have polygonal numbers taking the form of a dot or if you close enough, the shape of a pebble. Wherein the dots or pebbles are regarded as the alphas (units) and are one type of 2-dimensional figurate numbers. ​​​​Essentially, the total amount of dots/pebbles are numbers, and you arrange them into shapes.

• 1.
What represents polygonal numbers often?
• A.

Fraction

• B.

Pebbles

• C.

Inequalities

• D.

Lines

• 2.
Which would you call the representation of polygonal numbers?
• A.

Units

• B.

Whole numbers

• C.

Fractions

• D.

Integers

• 3.
How can you arrange a number of 10?
• A.

As A Trapezoid

• B.

As A Square

• C.

As A Rectangle

• D.

As A Triangle

• 4.
Into how many shapes can the number 36 be arranged?
• A.

Five shapes

• B.

Three shapes

• C.

Two shapes

• D.

A shape

• 5.
Which is the first polygonal number?
• A.

2

• B.

4

• C.

3

• D.

1

• 6.
Which of the following isn't a square number?
• A.

15

• B.

1

• C.

9

• D.

4

• 7.
Which of the following isn't a triangular number?
• A.

16

• B.

3

• C.

6

• D.

10

• 8.
Which of these is most important in knowing if a number is polygonal?
• A.

Size of circle in the polygon

• B.

Angles of the polygon

• C.

Size of the polygon

• D.

Sides of the polygon

• 9.
What polygon is best used in determining polygonal numbers?
• A.

Octagon

• B.

Decagon

• C.

Heptagon

• D.

Hexagon

• 10.
Which of these applies to polygonal numbers?
• A.

Henry's equation

• B.

Whole law

• C. Back to top