'The Twelve Days of Christmas' Maths Challenge!
For this quiz all gifts received are repeated as mentioned throughout the song. Warning calculator needed! 12 Questions.
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An easy one to start with, 5 gold rings are mentioned 8 times, therefore how many gold rings are there in total?
In the song Twelve Days of Christmas how many Partridges and Pear trees are there in total if they count as two different items?
In the song, 6 geese a laying, is mentioned 7 times and, 7 swans a swimming, is mentioned 6 times. How many geese and swans are there combined?
In Twelve Days of Christmas there are 4 mentions of 9 ladies dancing and 3 mentions of 10 lords a leaping. How many lords and ladies are there altogether?
In total, in the song Twelve Days of Christmas, how many drums from 12 drummers drumming and pipes from 11 pipers piping are there?
Each of the 8 maids a milking must have a cow to milk in the song Twelve Days of Christmas. If this is true how many maids and cows are there altogether?
If you add up all the objects mentioned in Twelve Days of Christmas which are not animals or people (including drumsticks) what is the total?
Can you add up the total number of people mentioned in the song Twelve Days of Christmas?
Can you add together the total number of birds mentioned in the song Twelve Days of Christmas?
If in the song The Twelve days of Christmas all the gifts are repeated as mentioned how many gifts are received in total?
Including the cows, how many legs would there be in total if 8 maids a milking are mentioned 5 times in the song Twelve Days of Christmas?
Finally, a tough one finish with, what is the grand total of legs of all gifts mentioned in the song Twelve Days of Christmas?
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