An Alternative Maths Quiz
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If you were to add the amount of farthings owed to the Bells of Saint Martin's to the amount of ounces in a pound, what would the result be?
If you were to add together the two Roman numerals 'D' and 'L,' what would the result be in denary (expressing numbers as we usually would)?
If you were to add together the total amount of SINGLE chromosomes a human has to the number of lives a cat supposedly has, what would the result be?
If you were to add together the sum of all the angles in a triangle to the amount of hours in 2 days, what would the result be?
According to the Christmas carol 'The Twelve Days of Christmas', what would the product of the amount of pipers piping and drummers drumming be?
If you were to add together the height of the Eiffel Tower and the Shard, what would the result be, to the nearest 100 metres?
If you treated them both as plain integers, what would the result be if you added the year of the first moon landings to the year of the Battle of Hastings?
If you were to take the normal amount of bones in the human body away from 1000, what would the result be?
You have a 24 hour clock. You fall asleep and the clock reads '22:15'. You wake up the next day at '08:15'. What is the result if you add 27 to the amount of hours you have slept?
And finally, if you were to add, in years, the length of both World Wars, what would the result be (to the nearest year)?
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