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