# How Much Do You Remember About School Math?

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If it has been a while since you have been in a classroom then you most definitely have forgotten some of the things you may have learnt while in class. Do you wish to test out what you covered back then? Take up this interesting quiz and see how much you remember about school math in less than 30 minutes.

• 1.

### 2 x 9=

• A.

18

• B.

11

• C.

7

A. 18
Explanation
The equation 2 x 9 is asking for the product of multiplying 2 by 9. When we multiply 2 by 9, we get the result of 18.

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• 2.

### 12 x 12=

• A.

122

• B.

144

• C.

132

B. 144
Explanation
The correct answer is 144 because when you multiply 12 by 12, you get the product of 144.

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• 3.

• A.

169

• B.

189

• C.

196

A. 169
• 4.

### PI=

• A.

3.14

• B.

2.14

• C.

1.14

A. 3.14
Explanation
The given options represent different values for PI. Among these options, 3.14 is the most commonly known and widely used approximation for the mathematical constant PI. It is often used in various mathematical calculations and formulas, such as those involving circles and trigonometry. Therefore, 3.14 is the correct answer in this context.

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• 5.

### 1,600-1,583=

• A.

17

• B.

27

• C.

7

A. 17
Explanation
The given question asks to subtract 1,583 from 1,600. When we subtract 1,583 from 1,600, we get the difference of 17. Therefore, the correct answer is 17.

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• 6.

### \$1,250,000 x 3%=

• A.

\$31,500

• B.

\$37,500

• C.

\$32,500

B. \$37,500
Explanation
The correct answer is \$37,500 because to calculate 3% of \$1,250,000, we multiply \$1,250,000 by 0.03. This gives us \$37,500.

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• 7.

### 2 dollars + 40 cents + 2 quarters=

• A.

\$3.00

• B.

\$3.90

• C.

\$2.90

C. \$2.90
Explanation
The given expression is adding 2 dollars, 40 cents, and 2 quarters. To calculate this, we convert the quarters to their equivalent value in dollars, which is 50 cents each. So, 2 quarters equal 1 dollar. Then, we add the 2 dollars, 40 cents, and 1 dollar together, which gives us a total of \$2.90.

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• 8.

### 50/125=

• A.

60%

• B.

40%

• C.

15%

B. 40%
Explanation
The given equation 50/125 can be simplified by dividing both numerator and denominator by 25. This gives us 2/5. To convert this fraction to a percentage, we multiply by 100. Therefore, 2/5 is equal to 40%.

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• 9.

### Pants \$36.00 + 7% tax - 15% off=

• A.

\$39.52

• B.

\$34.74

• C.

\$35.75

B. \$34.74
Explanation
The correct answer is \$34.74. To find the final price after tax and discount, we first calculate the tax amount by multiplying the original price (\$36.00) by 7% (0.07), which gives \$2.52. Then, we subtract the discount amount, which is 15% of the original price (\$36.00 x 15% = \$5.40). Subtracting \$5.40 from the original price (\$36.00 - \$5.40 = \$30.60), we then add the tax amount (\$30.60 + \$2.52 = \$33.12). Therefore, the final price after tax and discount is \$34.74.

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• 10.

### A + B + A + B + D + B=

• A.

GPA 3.00

• B.

GPA 3.16

• C.

GPA 3.17

A. GPA 3.00

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