# What Do You Know About The Mice Problem?

10 Questions | Total Attempts: 104  Settings  Often called the mice problem, this is a mathematical problem in which a predefined number of mice (or any other animal) are placed at specific points of a regular polygon. In the mice problem, each mouse moves towards another mouse in a certain direction and when they all meet, the problem is determined.

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• 1.
What is the mice problem also called?
• A.

Butterfly problem

• B.

Cat problem

• C.

Fly problem

• D.

Beetle problem

• 2.
How many mice are in the vertices of a square?
• A.

1

• B.

2

• C.

3

• D.

4

• 3.
Where do the mice meet in the polygon?
• A.

Center

• B.

Right corner

• C.

Upper layer

• D.

Left side

• 4.
Which side of the regular polygon is the mice placed?
• A.

Corner

• B.

Center

• C.

Left side

• D.

Right side

• 5.
What kind of traces do the mice form?
• A.

Straight lines

• B.

Longitudinal spirals

• C.

Logarithmic spirals

• D.

Zigzag lines

• 6.
Where does the mice move to after placing them?
• A.

Towards the side of the polygon

• B.

Towards its immediate neighbour

• C.

Towards the upper part

• D.

Towards the lower part

• 7.
To what direction does the mouse move?
• A.

On a straight line

• B.

Regular directions

• C.

Random directions

• D.

Clockwise

• E.

Anticlockwise

• F.

Anticlockwise or clockwise

• 8.
What do we call the curve formed after the connection of the mice?
• A.

Wire

• B.

Stripe

• C.

Loop

• D.

Whirl

• 9.
When do we determine the result?
• A.

• B.

After the collision of the mice

• C.

After 20 mins into the problem

• D.

At the edge of the shape

• 10.
At what rate does the mouse move?
• A.

Fast rate

• B.

Constant rate

• C.

Variable rate

• D.

Predertermined rate