Are you good at math? The number pi, number e and the golden number are examples of rational numbers. True or false? Only 1 in 7 answers this question correctly, even though it is one of the easiest. The average is… dramatically low.

### Are you good at math? Even if you are, you probably won’t score over 9/15

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## Real numbers include both rational and irrational numbers.

- True
- False

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## An irrational number is a number that cannot be expressed as a fraction.

- True
- False

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## The pi number, e number and the golden number are examples of rational numbers.

- True
- False

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## The current use of the hexadecimal system is closely linked to informatics.

- True
- False

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## Improper fractions are the sum of a whole number and a fraction of its own.

- True
- False

- Question of
## To separate the whole part from the decimal, a comma must be used. However, the Anglo-Saxon use of the dot is also supported.

- True
- False

- Question of
## Complex numbers are an extension of irrational numbers.

- True
- False

- Question of
## The ‘%’ symbol must be written before the number it refers to.

- True
- False

- Question of
## The 3/4 fraction is irreducible.

- True
- False

- Question of
## The mathematical symbol ‘∝’ is used to indicate that two values are proportional.

- True
- False

- Question of
## The Ratio is a binary relationship between magnitudes that is usually expressed as ‘a is to b’ or ‘a:b’.

- True
- False

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## The subtrahend is the first of the two numbers involved and is the amount from which another one must be subtracted.

- True
- False

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## The generating fraction of a decimal number is the irreducible fraction.

- True
- False

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## One magnitude is a function of another if the value of the first depends on the value of the second.

- True
- False

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## Arithmetic is the branch of mathematics whose object of study is numbers and elementary operations.

- True
- False