61

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
222 plays

62

The Power of Exponents
Besides being a topic in math class, exponents are powerful tools in the real world. Take this quiz to see how much you know of exponents...preferably without a calculator.


Tough
(10 qns)
dijonmustard
363 plays

63

Square Roots  The Basics
These questions are all about the basic properties of square roots. Only basic algebra is required for this quiz. Calculators won't be needed. Good Luck!


Tough
(10 qns)
rodney_indy
678 plays

64

Operations in That Scary Binary System!
This quiz covers operations with binary numbers, such as addition and subraction. Some base ten numbers are also involved. To learn a bit about the binary system, you can play the quiz "That Scary Binary System!" Good luck!


Average
(10 qns)
XxHarryxX
636 plays

65

Basics of Graph Theory
Despite its misleading name, graph theory doesn't pertain to graphs of equations. Instead, it is a branch of pure mathematics. This quiz discusses some basic elements of graph theory, referencing R. Trudeau's "Introduction to Graph Theory."


Tough
(10 qns)
diamondback1
204 plays

66

Loopy Logic
Try this one for size  see what you reckon. Just enter numbers numerals only, don't write them out, no units of measurement (e.g. metres, windows  you will see what I mean!) Good luck!


Average
(5 qns)
crispyspiders
1989 plays

67

Hexadecimal Number Sequences
This is a quiz where the numbers are in hexadecimal format (base 16). The patterns aren't too difficult, just testing your conversion from base 16 to base 10 and vice versa. Good luck!!


Tough
(5 qns)
crispyspiders
834 plays

68

Those Odd Odd Integers #1
All questions have to deal with the positive odd integers: 1, 3, 5, 7, 9, ... . Some questions require a little thought and a pencil and paper. None of the questions in this quiz require calculus. Good Luck!


Difficult
(10 qns)
rodney_indy
318 plays

69

Zero... A Number?
I'm sure you know this famous "number". Let's see what you know about it.


Average
(10 qns)
Spanishman
2226 plays

70

Do You Know Your Divisibilities?
Are you able to figure out if a number is divisible by another just by looking at it? Let's find out.


Average
(10 qns)
nsalem
363 plays

71

Factorial!
The factorial operations come in useful in many mathematics areas, especially in the calculations of combinations and permutations. How much do you know about them?


Difficult
(10 qns)
Matthew_07
486 plays

72

Base Number Conversion
A test of base number conversions.


Tough
(25 qns)
TonyTheDad
942 plays

73

I Prefer Something Odd
Are you ready to see how much you know about odd numbers? Take this quiz to find out.


Average
(10 qns)
Buddy1
306 plays

74

Mathematics History
Think you know math?
Maybe try some of this stuff...


Difficult
(10 qns)
lordaditya
1287 plays

75

Ratios
This is a quiz that may require you to use pencil and paper. Have fun!


Average
(10 qns)
Gabriel_Laude
888 plays

76

Math Problems with LCM & GCF
Can you solve these problems related to Lowest Common Multiples and Greatest Common Factors?


Very Difficult
(10 qns)
aylin_n
432 plays

77

That's Not a Number
This quiz will go over some famous mathematical constants, all irrational numbers, with decimal places that never end. These numbers are usually represented by a letter in mathematical problems, hence, "That's not a number!"


Tough
(10 qns)
geowhiz
219 plays

78

Similarity of Triangles
This quiz is on the similarity of triangles and two related theorems: Midpoint Theorem and the Basic Proportionality Theorem. NOTE: Keep a paper and pencil handy and draw diagrams for ALL questions.


Average
(10 qns)
Rossell
774 plays

79

Relations and Functions
The mathematical concept of "relation" applies to ordinary life relations such as "is the uncle of" and to mathematical relations such as "is equal to", "is greater than", or "is congruent to".


Difficult
(10 qns)
GammaRho
486 plays

80

The Number e
So this is a quiz on the number known as "e." It shouldn't be too bad for those that have been through calculus.


Tough
(10 qns)
quotidiantrivia
726 plays

81

Prove it! Mathematically, of course.
A quick quiz on how the professionals know something is true. Know your proofs!


Difficult
(10 qns)
Mercenary_Elk
510 plays
