Maths is for smart people. But it’s almost impossible to get 15/15 in this quiz

Maths is for smart people

Maths is for smart people. Mathematics is so much more than addition and subtraction. It is a beautiful world in itself which is explored and exposed by genius mathematicians. Let’s test how many of these interesting facts about mathematics do you know. I bet you won’t score 15/15. . Want to prove me wrong?

Maths is for smart people. But it’s almost impossible to get 15/15 in this quiz

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    How many zeroes are in a googol?

    • 10,000
    • 1,000
    • 100
    • 10
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    In poker, what are the odds of drawing a royal flush?

    • 1,243,961 to 1
    • 1,704,199 to 1
    • 327,123 to 1
    • 649,740 to 1
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    What is the best way to represent a subset?

    • exploding diagram
    • table
    • pie chart
    • Venn diagram
  • Question of

    In Roman numerals, what is represented by the letter C?

    • 10
    • 1,000
    • 50
    • 100
  • Question of

    What unit of measurement is used to measure the height of horses and ponies?

    • Hands
    • shoulders
    • feet
    • yards
  • Question of

    What set of positive integers satisfies the equation, a squared + b squared = c squared?

    • trigonometric identities
    • Cartesian coordinates
    • Pythagorean triples
    • Fibonacci sequences
  • Question of

    Which ancient Egyptian unit of measurement was set as the distance between the elbow and the tip of the middle finger?

    • cubit
    • stone
    • karat
    • quire
  • Question of

    Who deduced the heights of the pyramids from the lengths of their shadows and measured the distance to a ship from shore by the method of similar triangles?

    • Plato
    • Galen
    • Thales
    • Pericles
  • Question of

    Who collaborated with Alfred North Whitehead in writing “Principia Mathematica” and later won the 1950 Nobel prize for literature?

    • Jean Wourier
    • Norbert Weiner
    • Leonhard Euler
    • Bertrand Russell
  • Question of

    The 360-degree circle and the 60-minute hour were developed by the…

    • Greeks
    • Mayans
    • Romans
    • Babylonians
  • Question of

    August F. Mobius was a founder of what branch of mathematics?

    • Calculus
    • topology
    • probability
    • game theory
  • Question of

    Which field of mathematics was developed first?

    • Algebra
    • Trigonometry
    • deductive logic
    • analytic geometry
  • Question of

    The development of differential and integral calculus is attributed to…

    • Kepler and Fermi
    • Maxwell and Gauss
    • Russell and Wiener
    • Newton and Leibnitz
  • Question of

    The means of graphically representing functions of variables occurred with the introduction of coordinates by what mathematician?

    • Isaac Newton
    • Rene Descartes
    • Norbert Wiener
    • Leonhard Euler
  • Question of

    A device called ENIAC, was the first…

    • abacus
    • compass
    • electronic computer
    • mechanical slide rul

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