Quiz Answer Key and Fun Facts
1. In this quiz, you'll get a clue to a word that has the letter "H" in it and instructions on how to alter the word. For example, the clue reads: "Change the "H" in a word meaning "sub sandwich" to get a number." The sub sandwich clue points to the word HERO. Change the "H" in HERO to get ZERO, which is a number and the correct answer.
Note that more than word might fit the definition. For example, HOAGIE might have fit the clue, but changing the "H" in that word will never give you a number. Remember: your answer will be a term from math.
The first real clue is: Change the "H" in a unit of time to get a number.
2. I'll give you a clue to the final answer by referring to which branch of mathematics your answer falls under.
Change the "H" in a word meaning "to sharpen" to get a three-dimensional solid.
3. The "H" won't always be the first letter in the clue!
Remove the letter "H" from a word meaning "to glisten" to get a common term in trigonometry.
4. This clue refers to a word that is now obsolete except for use in a common phrase.
Change the "H" in a word often paired with "kin" to get a type of quadrilateral.
5. Sometimes it's easier to figure out the math clue, then check your work with filling in the definition.
Change the "H" in the first word of a "magic" phrase to get a term in algebra often used when referring to conic sections.
6. All right, now you're on your own. No more hints!
Change the "H" in a famed warrior of the Trojan War to get a term used in both trigonometry and physics.
7. Here's an easy one:
Remove the "H" from a word meaning "altitude" to get a number.
8. Are you up to date on your mythology?
Change the letter "H" in an optically-impaired Egyptian god to get a three-dimensional shape.
9. Remove the letter "H" from a architectural symbol of power and "triumph" to get a term used in circle geometry.
10. Saving the best question for last:
Change the "H" in the first name of 1951 American novel's protagonist to get a word used in algebra that describes a specific mean, rectangle, or ratio.
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