31

Tower of Hanoi
You might have seen and played this mathematical puzzle before, but how much do you know about the story and maths behind it? Enjoy!


Average
(10 qns)
Matthew_07
312 plays

32

Infinity Affinities
A quiz about a very big mathematical concept: infinity!


Average
(10 qns)
timence
384 plays

33

Prime Time
How well do you know your prime numbers? Here are ten (not a prime number) questions to test your knowledge.


Average
(10 qns)
reedy
276 plays

34

Introduction to Differential Equations
This quiz covers some basic terms and classifications of differential equations. Everyone can have a try. Best of luck and enjoy!


Tough
(10 qns)
Matthew_07
552 plays

35

Calculator Words!
In this quiz I will give you a sum. You have to solve it using a calculator then rotate it and the read the 'word' that has appeared. For example, 663 = egg.


Difficult
(15 qns)
stephen1133
660 plays

36

Math is for Squares
OK, so someone in the Author's Challenge wanted a quiz about squares. Here's a quiz about squares. Warning: your calculator might not help you very much!


Difficult
(10 qns)
Tchochkekop
741 plays

37

Divisibility Rules? Divisibility Rules!
Is 21 divisible by 7? That's easy. But is 1696968 divisible by 7? Looks like a tougher nut to crack. But it isn't...
This quiz will introduce you to a few basic divisibility rules. My approach here is practical, rather than theoretical.


Tough
(10 qns)
gentlegiant17
843 plays

38

Mathematics History II
This is part two of my series. A little harder than the previous one.
"Mathematics is the Queen of all Sciences."


Very Difficult
(10 qns)
lordaditya
924 plays

39

Euler's Number and Euler's Constant
Many people think that Euler's number (2.718...) and the Euler's constant (0.5772...) refer to the same number, but they do not. This quiz tests your knowledge on these two beautiful mathematical constants. Enjoy!


Tough
(10 qns)
Matthew_07
3099 plays

40

The Imaginary Unit, i
The imaginary unit, i, may seem outofthisworld, but it really isn't; take this quiz and test your familiarity with i and the wonderful world of complex numbers. Enjoy!


Average
(15 qns)
achernar
1425 plays

41

Who is Afraid of Big Bad "i"?
Are you a mathophobe? Afraid of all things algebraic, analytic and whatnotic? Let this quiz take you step by step and amaze your friends with your knowledge of complex numbers.


Average
(10 qns)
triviapaul
753 plays

42

The Unit's Digit
Here are ten questions about a single digit of a number  the unit's digit! Good luck!


Average
(10 qns)
rodney_indy
444 plays

43

Fun With Roots!
These questions involve square roots, cube roots, etc. The questions range from basic to advanced. Good Luck!


Difficult
(10 qns)
rodney_indy
348 plays

44

RuthAaron Pairs
Care for a magic ride in a fascinating realm of number theory? Those of you who need to refresh their memory, a RuthAaron pair consists of two consecutive numbers that have an identical sum of prime factors.


Difficult
(10 qns)
gentlegiant17
198 plays

45

The Powers of 2
This quiz deals with the integer powers of two that are greater than or equal to 0. The notation 2^a means 'Two to the power of a'. Enjoy :)


Tough
(10 qns)
pagea
252 plays

46

Trigonometry
I became a trigonometry teacher for the school year 2006. Here's a quiz on some of the basics of "Trig". (The Greek letter name, pi, is used for the ratio of the circumference of a circle to its diameter.)


Difficult
(10 qns)
TonyTheDad
1455 plays

47

The Lost Address Book
So, I'm having a party and want to mail out invitations, but I can't recall anyone's address, and I can't find my address book. I used number theory to try to remember them, but I still can't figure them out. Please help!


Difficult
(10 qns)
bfguitarhero
189 plays

48

Those Odd Odd Integers #2
These questions involve the positive odd integers 1, 3, 5, ... . Most of these questions require more mathematics than my first quiz, but you'll learn some interesting results along the way! You will need pencil and paper for some of these. Good Luck!


Difficult
(10 qns)
rodney_indy
321 plays

49

Brilliant Binary!
A quiz about the binary number system, which is used extensively in computing. All questions are written using binary numbers, except from question 2.


Average
(10 qns)
DanielPoulson
336 plays

50

Basic Symbolic Logic
Test your knowledge of logic terms and symbols.


Average
(10 qns)
UVcatastrophe
2010 plays

51

The Number 28
These are mathematical properties about the number 28.


Average
(10 qns)
hotdogPi
330 plays

52

Math: Exponents
This is a pretty simple quiz on exponents. Since I couldn't denote powers any other way I wrote the questions and answers in word form. For purposes of this quiz, assume that x is any positive real number.


Average
(10 qns)
GinAndTonic
8304 plays

53

Introductory Real Analysis
Real analysis studies various fundamental concepts of mathematics such as calculus, geometry, algebra and number theory. Enjoy!


Average
(10 qns)
Matthew_07
291 plays

54

Mathematics  Consecutive Numbers
Questions pertaining to consecutive numbers (when in doubt, try the substitution method!)


Average
(5 qns)
ace_sodium
3228 plays

55

The (mis) adventures of Connie Conic
This quiz is all about the conic sections and their properties! Enjoy!


Tough
(20 qns)
Mrs_Seizmagraff
522 plays

56

Periodic Functions
Periodic functions have graphs which repeat themselves at regular intervals. Here are some graphs that illustrate some features of a specific periodic function, the sine curve. (Clicking on the graphs will make them larger and easier to read.)


Difficult
(10 qns)
looney_tunes
1680 plays

57

The Number Pi
This is a quiz on the number pi.


Average
(10 qns)
ratboy131
2499 plays

58

Not so Horrible Hexadecimal!
This is a quiz about the hexadecimal number system, which is used by computer programmers and in computers.


Average
(10 qns)
DanielPoulson
204 plays

59

Spare Change
This is a quiz that involves problems about money. All questions will involve American money. A penny is worth one cent, a nickel five, a dime ten, and a quarter is worth a twentyfive cents. Have fun!


Average
(10 qns)
xxharryxx
753 plays

60

Less Than Expected
Does the equation 8 + 5 = 1 make any sense? No? The answer is less than expected? Well, it makes perfect sense in modular arithmetic, which is a concept analogous to the 12hour system. This quiz tests your knowledge on this interesting topic. Enjoy!


Average
(10 qns)
Matthew_07
219 plays
