# Maths Level 1-10 Exam

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A Maths exam.

Questions and Answers
• 1.

### Level 1: 2+1

• A.

4

• B.

4

• C.

1

• D.

3

Correct Answer
D. 3
Explanation
The given sequence follows a pattern where the first number is multiplied by 2, and the second number is multiplied by 1. Therefore, the next number in the sequence should be obtained by multiplying the last number (1) by 3. Hence, the answer is 3.

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• 2.

### Level 2: What is 240/12

• A.

15

• B.

17

• C.

20

• D.

25

Correct Answer
C. 20
Explanation
The correct answer is 20 because when you divide 240 by 12, you get the quotient of 20.

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• 3.

### Level 3: Gross is what number?

Correct Answer
144
Explanation
The question asks for the number that represents "gross". In this case, the answer is 144, as it is the number provided in the question.

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• 4.

### Level 4: What number do you have to halve to get 14 and 3 6ths?

• A.

30

• B.

29

• C.

28

• D.

31.66666'

Correct Answer
B. 29
Explanation
To find the number that needs to be halved to get 14 and 3/6, we can convert the fraction to a decimal. 3/6 is equal to 0.5. Therefore, if we double 0.5, we get 1. So, to find the original number, we need to halve 14 and add 1, which gives us 29.

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• 5.

### Level 6: The amount of toes on a dog + 101= ?

• A.

115

• B.

116

• C.

117

• D.

118

• E.

119

• F.

120

• G.

121

• H.

122

• I.

123

• J.

124

• K.

125

Correct Answer
E. 119
Explanation
The number of toes on a typical dog can vary slightly based on breed and specific genetic traits, but generally, a dog has 18 toes—four toes on each of their four paws, plus most dogs have two dewclaws (akin to a thumb), often on the front paws, and sometimes also on the rear paws.
Here's the calculation based on the most typical scenario where a dog has 18 toes:
Toes on a dog: 18
Add 101:
18+101=119
Thus, the amount of toes on a dog plus 101 is 119.

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• 6.

### Level 3: 22222 x12 - 24=222220

• A.

True

• B.

False

Correct Answer
B. False
Explanation
To verify the equation 22222 times 12 minus 24 equals 222220, we perform the arithmetic step-by-step:
Step 1: Multiply 22222 by 12 22222 times 12 equals 266664.
Step 2: Subtract 24 from the result 266664 minus 24 equals 266640.
Comparing this with the right-hand side of the equation: 266640 is not equal to 222220.
Thus, the statement "22222 times 12 minus 24 equals 222220" is False.

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• 7.

### Level 7: 72/8=

• A.

3

• B.

56

• C.

9

• D.

8

• E.

None

• F.

Somehow, all of them!

Correct Answer
C. 9
Explanation
The correct answer is 9 because when 72 is divided by 8, it equals 9.

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• 8.

### Level 8: Asdfghjhadgagagjfajggyyfajgvfakgfbjaahfbaaahdgycb how many a's are they?

• A.

12

• B.

13

• C.

14

• D.

15

• E.

16

• F.

17

• G.

18

• H.

180

• I.

1235684

• J.

None

Correct Answer
D. 15
Explanation
Did you get every a?

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• 9.

### Level 9: How many numbers, when digitalised, can you add a line to to make a new number?

• A.

4

• B.

3

• C.

2

• D.

1

• E.

None

• F.

Somehow, -1!

Correct Answer
E. None
Explanation
No number is new!

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• 10.

### Complete the last question without the 11th, 10th and 9th character from the 'back'. ( LEVEL 10 )

• A.

4

• B.

2

• C.

1

• D.

3

Correct Answer
A. 4
• 11.

### How hard was this?

• A.

Dead hard, as well as question 1

• B.

Just hard

• C.

So, so

• D.

Dead easy, doddle!

Explanation
This question is asking for an assessment of the difficulty level. The phrase "Dead hard" indicates that it was extremely difficult, while "Just hard" suggests that it was difficult but not to an extreme extent. "So, so" implies that it was neither difficult nor easy, and "Dead easy, doddle!" indicates that it was very easy. Therefore, the correct answer is "Just hard" as it suggests a moderate level of difficulty.

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