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Most people have a hard time when it comes to mathematics, and for a tutor to know which areas, they must put more emphasis on the need to test their capabilities. This test is to identify your current math knowledge. Do not...
Questions: 34  Attempts: 11155  Last updated: Jun 3, 2020

Sample QuestionRound 577,312 to the nearest thousand.
Can you solve these maths problems? Math is an awesome subject, and not everyone is a fan of a math test or class. The quiz below is designed to help you get familiar with some fundamental math problems.
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Sample QuestionWhat is the square root of 49?
This is a functional maths skills revision quiz. Functional maths is an essential part of our daily life, from shopping to getting to a place at the right time, paying bills to ordering something online, almost everything is done...
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Sample QuestionWhich of these numbers is lower: 6 12 8 or 4?
Most people have a fear for mathematics that stems from other people telling them that the subject is meant to be understood by a few students. All you need to be a pro when it comes to mathematics is a lot of practice. To...
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Sample Question245+756
Below is a Math Trivia Quiz On Knowing the Numbers! It is perfect for helping you get rid of the misconception that math is a generally hard language that only a few can understand. Do try it, and be sure to try other math...
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Sample QuestionWhich is greatest?
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What is the difference between Ascending and Descending?
Ascending and Descending are antonyms. This shows that whatever meaning you have for ascending; the opposite will be descending. These two words are used mostly in mathematics or any subject area that deals with measurement and classification. Whenev
What is the measure of angle AMC?
Take note that this is an isosceles triangle. This means that the A and C angles are the same with each other. These angles are equal to 70 Degrees. To solve this, start with 180 Degrees then subtract 40 degrees so that you will get 140 Degrees. You
What is the value of * in this Magic Square?
51 = 4 x 4 = 16
114= 7 x 7 = 49
187= 11 x 11 = 121
How many cans of vegetables can Gary buy for $10, and how much change will he have left over if canned vegetables are 79 a can?
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The correct answer to this question is B, 12 cans, .52 left over. To answer this question, we must first find how many cans Gary can buy. Knowing that he has $10 and each can of vegetables is .79, we would divide ten by .79. (10 / .79). Doing that gi
Maths is a very interesting subject and here we have a amazing quiz on it so take this ultimate challenging quiz and check your maths knowledge!
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Sample QuestionHow much should you tip on a $30 restaurant bill if you tip 20%?
Are you preparing for a math quiz and are now looking for some revision material. The exam below is designed to help you get the highest grade you can get. Give it a try and get to know which problems you need to work more on....
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Sample QuestionWhat is an object measured in three dimensions of length, width, and height?
Do you believe yourself to be so awesome at math that you can answer any general knowledge math quiz that comes at you? If you said yes, take up the quiz below and see how high your score is. Remember to share your results or...
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Sample QuestionWhat are the dimensions of the rectangle whose width is 2/3 its length and perimeter is 180m?
Math problems come easy to you when you put in the effort and work your hardest. Do you believe you are a pro when it comes to solving math problems? Take up this quiz, which will be the hardest you will ever come across. If...
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Sample QuestionDo you love math?
The quiz below is perfect for the ages of 1013. It tests out how well you understand some basic math facts. Do you think you can tackle it with ease? If yes, give it a try and share how high your score is in the comment...
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Sample Question8 Times 4
Some people think of mathematics and sometimes get instant headaches just thinking about all the problems they cannot solve. Are you a fan of math problems? If you are not so sure take up the quiz below about your behavior...
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Sample QuestionWhat 8x12?
Skills are something that people develop through a lot of practice and you can’t be a professional without the skills. The quiz below is designed to test your math skills and see if you are all that! Give it a try and...
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Sample QuestionAnosov automorphism is defined as a what?
Are you an ADDUHS student looking for some revision material for the upcoming math exam? If you said a big yes then look no further as the revision quiz below is designed to help you get the best grade. Give it a try and...
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Sample QuestionOn a scale was an apple. Two apples were added per hour. As a result, The weight increased. What model of addition is being illustrated above?
The quiz below is designed to help upper primary students with mathematical problems. It covers some equations that give most students a hard time when it comes to solving them. Are you suffering from the same? Take up the...
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Sample QuestionIf you take the digits 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5, how many different 5digit numbers can be formed without repeating any digits?
Math is a very interesting subject and it is really not for the weak. Do you think you are a math whiz and can tackle any mathematical problem that comes at you? Take up the awesome quiz on math below and get to refresh...
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Sample QuestionA thermodynamic process that doesn't involve any heat exchange with the outside world has what name?
So, you may not be a professor of mathematics, but just because you’re not going to be spending the rest of your life solving mindboggling equations doesn’t mean you shouldn’t have at least the bare minimum of...
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Sample QuestionThe rate of the flow of the current is equal to the electromotive force divided by resistance.
Welcome fellas, I have got a short quiz for you. It will judge you math reasoning skills. Here are some math problems that do not require knowledge of advanced math. All is needed is a mastery of basic math, good logic, plus...
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Sample QuestionWhat is 15x1365 ( do problem in your head)
The study of mathematics is a tricky one to master, but everyone can appreciate that for the most part, the answers to a given equation are always going to be set in stone – it’s not up to artistic interpretation and...
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Math Quiz: Tricky Numerical Questions!
Whoever said that doing anything was as "easy as 1, 2, 3" clearly hasn't spent too much time studying mathematics, because if they had then, they'd know it wasn't...
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Sample Question(12 + 22 + 32 + … + 102) is equal to:
Assesses the student's understanding of significant figures and their skill in rounding large and small numbers, including decimals.
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Sample QuestionHow many significant figures are there in the number 37 460 000?
Math and science have been closely related and science depends a lot more on some math. Some of the brightest students in the schools have perfect knowledge of math and science. If you consider yourself to be in that class of...
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Sample QuestionWhat is radius?
Math can be a little too hard to understand for many people and lucky for you I have prepared a math quiz that will help you have a better understanding of math by use of the given images. Think you can handle it? Why don’t...
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Every time you prepare for a test you can get pretest jitters, which are completely expected. Are you convinced you are ready for the math test that is coming up? Take the quiz below to help you get rid of some of it while...
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Sample Question8 5/8  7 11/16Find the difference. Which of the following is correct?
This is a basic Maths wold Problem quiz for students of Grade 1 which includes addition and Subtraction concepts. Read the questions carefully and answer. Some questions are easy, some are tricky. So, let's try out the...
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Sample QuestionSammy has 6 cupcakes. He gives one to Jill, Bobby, John, and Clara. How many cupcakes does Sammy have left?
For one to make a decision, there is much that needs to be done, such as gathering data and evaluating the choices. Over the past week, we got to learn a lot about data interpretation and logical reasoning. Take up the quiz below...
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Sample QuestionDirections for questions (1 to 4) : Answer these Questions on the basis of the information given below: Venkat, a stockbroker, invested a part of his money in the stock of four companies  A, B, C and D. Each of these companies belonged to different industries, viz., Cement, Information Technology (IT), Auto, and Steel, in no particular order. At thetime of investment, the price of each stock was Rs 100. Venkat purchased only one stock of each of these companies. He was expecting returns of 20%, 10%, 30% and 40% from the stock of companies A, B, C and D, respectively. Returns are defined as the change in the value ofthe stock after one year, expressed as a percentage of the initial value. During the year, two of these companies announced extraordinarily good results. One of these two companies belonged to the Cement or the IT industry, while the other one belonged to either the Steel or the Auto industry. As a result, the returns on the stocks of these two companies were higher than the initially expected returns. For the company belonging to the Cement or the IT industry with extraordinarily good results, the returns were twice that of the initially expected returns. For the company belonging to the Steel or[ the Auto industry, the returns on announcement of extraordinarily good results were only one and a halftimes that of the initially expected returns. For the remaining two companies. Which do not announce extraordinarily good results, the returns realized during the year were the same as initially expected. What is the minimum average return Venkat would have earned during the year?
Dimensional analysis questions math quiz. This analysis is based on checking the relationships between different physical qualities. There are prescribed instructions that one should follow when undertaking this analysis. If...
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Sample QuestionWhich of the following is NOT an SI unit of measure?
All mathematics problems have a procedure for getting the correct solution. One way to ensure you are doing the right thing you should understand the rules, seek help and attempt each question. Do you have good mathematical...
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Sample Question_____________ is the answer to an addition problem: