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Hard Maths Trivia
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1
What common trait do the numbers 6, 28, 496 and 8128 have?
They are all square numbers
They are all perfect numbers
They are all prime numbers
They are all odd numbers
2
The sum of the interior angles of a pentagon add up to?
180 degrees
360 degrees
540 degrees
720 degrees
3
In trigonometric functions, the secant of A, sec(A) can be rewritten how?
1 / cos(A)
1 / sin(A)
1 / tan(A)
1 / cosec(A)
4
What is 1 + 2 + 3 + 4 + 5 + 6 + 7 + 8 + 9 = ?
42
44
45
47
5
What is 14 written in binary?
1101
1011
0111
1110
6
A number, x, squared and then square rooted is the same as x.....
All of the time
Some of the time
Never
If x is greater than 0
7
In angle measurement, supplementary angles add up to 180 degrees, but, what do complementary angles add up to?
90
180
270
360
8
For the data set: (2,3,3,4,5,7) which of these is the lowest?
Mean
Median
Mode
Range
9
The square root of 1, known in maths as i, and in physics as j, is called what?
Irritable Number
Irreducible Number
Imaginary Number
Insane Number
10
The golden ratio, represented by the greek letter phi is approximately what?
2.107
1.618
3.141
0.998
11
How many different ways is there to pull 2 specific balls from a bag of 6 balls at random?
12
13
14
15
12
What are your chances, approximately, of winning the top prize in the UK lottery? [Picking 6 numbers from 49]
1 in 8 million
1 in 14 million
1 in 19 million
1 in 23 million
13
If you add 10% to a number and then take 10% of that new number away, what is the net result?
Stays the same
Increases by 1%
Decreases by 1%
Increases by 5%
14
If A = 1 and B = 2 and so on.....what does K equal?
9
11
13
15
15
Who is credited with the theory that the sum of the squares of the two shortest sides of a triangle will equal the square of the longest side?
Sieman
Taylor
Pythagoras
Euripedes
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