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Numbers, Numbers, and More Numbers
A series of numerical questions to bend your brain! 10 Questions.
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1
A famous sequence runs as follows: 1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, 21... What's next?
33
34
35
2
Pi is the ratio of the circumference of a circle to its diameter. Which of these fractions best approximates pi?
3 1/7
3 1/8
3 1/9
3
What is the length of the hypotenuse of a right triangle whose legs are 5 and 12 inches long?
13 inches
15 inches
20 inches
4
In ancient Rome, there were four "sestertii" to a "denarius", and 25 "denarii" to an "aureus". How many "sestertii" were there to five "aurei"?
250
375
500
5
As a child, mathematician Carl Gauss once added together all the whole numbers from 1 to 100 in an arithmetic class. What's the total?
4,850
4,950
5,050
6
If you make three complete rotations, you have made a turn of how many degrees?
900
1,080
1,260
7
A "googol" is a one followed by 100 zeros, but what do we call a one followed by a googol of zeros?
Googolplex
Megagoogol
Boogol
8
A certain city block contains houses assigned the odd numbers in sequence, starting with 501. What is the house number of the 16th house on that block?
527
529
531
9
What is the only even prime number?
Zero
Two
Four
10
You're at the train station, and the next train that will take you home arrives at 5:41 pm. It's 5:17 now, so how long do you have to wait?
24 minutes
34 minutes
44 minutes
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