"You may or may not know the answers to many of these questions... but you at least have a 50% chance of getting them right. Or do you?"

15 Points Per Correct Answer - No time limit

1.The letter 'e' is the most common letter in the English language.

True

False

2.The primary colors of pigment (sometimes called the subtractive primary colors) are red, yellow, and blue.

True

False

3.Zero is both an even number and an odd number.

True

False

4.There exist three directions such that, by moving in those three directions, it is possible to go anywhere on a two-dimensional surface.

True

False

5.In the English language, it is never grammatically correct to start a sentence with "because".

True

False

6.The North Pole is the only place on Earth from which it is possible to walk 50 miles south, 50 miles east, and 50 miles north, and end up back where you started.

True

False

7.In logic, the converse and inverse of a statement represent different statements, and are not necessarily logically equivalent.

True

False

8.In mathematics, there is only one infinity; performing algebraic operations on it does not make it a different quantity.

True

False

9.There is actually a painting called "Red Square", consisting of a plain red square.

True

False

10.It isn't not untrue that the truth value of the statement "It isn't not untrue that it isn't not false that 2 plus 2 isn't not unequal to 5" doesn't not avoid failing to be false.