# Quiz On High School Math

15 Questions | Total Attempts: 485  Settings  If you just got done with high school and think that you can now say goodbye to all the math you, then you are very wrong. High school math only sets you up to be well prepared for the years of more additional math. Take this quiz to know more about high school math. Score good and tell everyone that you know everything about high school math.

• 1.
If you flip a fair coin 2 times and get head 2 times what is the chance that next flip will be head?
• A.

4 In 17

• B.

1 In 2

• C.

1 In 100

• D.

1 In 25

• 2.
Which is greatest using this set of numbers: 2,45,2,12,1?
• A.

Mode

• B.

Mean

• C.

Median

• D.

Range

• 3.
What is the reciprocal to the sine function?
• A.

Cotangent

• B.

Cosecant

• C.

Secant

• D.

Arcsine

• 4.
How big is the number X after first increasing it by 50% and then decreasing the result by 50%?
• A.

3/4 The Original Size Of X

• B.

Same Size As Original X

• C.

Double The Original Size Of X

• D.

1/2 The Original Size Of X

• 5.
If an account yields 2% interest, how much is earned on \$300 kept in the account for two years?
• A.

12

• B.

20

• C.

24

• D.

16

• 6.
If it is 30 degrees Celsius outside, what is the temperature in degrees Fahrenheit?
• A.

60

• B.

86

• C.

0

• D.

-18.6

• 7.
Which is the name for a two-dimensional closed shape with nine straight sides?
• A.

Octagon

• B.

Hexagon

• C.

Nonagon

• D.

Septagon

• 8.
How is 315000 expressed in scientific notation ?
• A.

3.15x10^5

• B.

31.5x10^5

• C.

315x10^3

• D.

3.15x10^-2

• 9.
If x=2 and y=3, what is the value of x^x+y^y ?
• A.

31

• B.

17

• C.

56

• D.

13

• 10.
The circumference of a circle is 44cm. What is its area?
• A.

168 Sq.Cm

• B.

154 Sq.Cm

• C.

154cm

• D.

1.54m

• 11.
If y=2x+3 and y=5, what does x equal?
• A.

-1

• B.

0

• C.

1

• D.

13

• 12.
How long is a taut string running from the top of a 12' pole to your feet 5' away?
• A.

17 Feet

• B.

7 Feet

• C.

13 Feet

• D.

10 Feet

• 13.
What is x^-5 * y^-5 expressed with positive exponents?
• A.

1/xy^25

• B.

X^5y^5

• C.

1/xy^10

• D.

1/x^5y^5

• 14.
What is 3x^1/6 * 3x^-7/6 expressed with positive exponents?
• A.

9x^2

• B.

9/x^4/3

• C.

9x-1

• D.

9/x

• 15.
Using law of exponents, what is 8^9 / 8^3?
• A.

8^12

• B.

8^27

• C.

8^5

• D.

8^6

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