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Trivia Quizzes in category Theorems
1
Fermat's Last Theorem 10 questions

Fermat's last theorem remained unsolved for centuries until it was proven in the year 1995. Have fun and thanks for playing.
Average
Matthew_07
1152 plays
2
Basic Math by the Definition 10 questions

This quiz involves well known concepts from basic mathematics, but the actual definitions and theorems are probably not well known to non-mathematicians. I give the definition or theorem, you tell me what's being described. Good Luck!
Average
rodney_indy
1554 plays
3
Pythagorean Theorem 10 questions

The Pythagorean theorem (or Pythagoras' theorem) describes the relationship between the lengths of three sides of any right-angled triangle. This quiz tests your knowledge on the history, proof and application of this famous theorem. Enjoy!
Average
Matthew_07
849 plays
4
Famous Theorems in Math #1 10 questions

This is my first quiz about some famous mathematical theorems.
Difficult
Mrs_Seizmagraff
3270 plays
5
Pythagoras's Crazy Theorem 10 questions

How much do you know about the theorem of Pythagoras? This quiz will involve questions about the theorem, determining side lengths, and will also have questions about Pythagorean Triples. All non-integral solutions will be in radical form.
Average
XxHarryxX
3675 plays
6
Quod Erat Demonstrandum 10 questions

This quiz is a mishmash of proofs, interesting theorems, and other mathematical marvels. No calculations are involved.
Difficult
redsoxfan325
519 plays
7
The Square Root of the Problem 10 questions

Title comes from kyleisalive in the Author Challenges. This quiz walks the quiz taker through a proof that the square root of 3 is irrational. The proof is one that I wrote while taking a course in the history of mathematics.
Average
hlynna
477 plays
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