Variable And Expression Trivia Quiz

10 Questions  Settings  In mathematics, a variable is a symbol with a value. It is regarded as a variable because it values can change. Mathematical expressions contain one or more variables. It is different from mathematical equations because the value of all variables is not equated. Are you sound in mathematical expressions? Let's take a quiz!

• 1.
Which of these can not be expressed using symbols?
• A.

Variables

• B.

Operations

• C.

Functions

• D.

Constants

• 2.
What operation comes first in mathematical expression?
• A.

Bracket

• B.

Subtraction

• C.

Subtraction

• D.

Division

• 3.
Which of these focuses on the implication of mathematical expressions?
• A.

Semantics

• B.

Logic

• C.

Probability

• D.

Logarithm

• 4.
Which of these concepts supports well-formed expressions?
• A.

Lambda expression

• B.

Order expression

• C.

Logical expression

• D.

Quotient expression

• 5.
Which of these mathematicians introduced Lambda expressions?
• A.

Alonzo Church

• B.

Venn Euler

• C.

John Dalton

• D.

Alfred Wells

• 6.
When was Lambda expressions introduced?
• A.

1977

• B.

1938

• C.

1973

• D.

1964

• 7.
What is the equivalence of two lambda expressions?
• A.

1

• B.

100

• C.

O

• D.

Undecidable

• 8.
How many are the main types of variables?
• A.

Two

• B.

Four

• C.

Five

• D.

Nine

• 9.
What is the most common figure for algebraic expressions?
• A.

X

• B.

Y

• C.

• D.

T

• 10.
Which of these expressions is usually not algebraic?
• A.

• B.