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The possibilities with maths are literally infinite. Whether you are trying to remember Pi to the one hundredth decimal place or your times tables, maths can provide us with endless questions and answers. We have decided to test you on only a fraction of the possible topics, with 50 maths quiz questions and answers. Think multiplications, divisions, shapes, averages and square roots; we have a wonderful range of trivia to warm up your mathematical mind.

And we haven’t limited you to sums and equations either. This quiz gives you some real-life problems and solutions, so fingers crossed you know how to calculate percentages and ratios.

Remember, it’s all about the numbers!

## Maths Quiz Questions and Answers

### Questions

1. What symbol is used to symbolise percentage?
2. What is the sum of 18 – 9?
3. How many sides does a pentagon have?
4. What is the sum of 7 x 7?
5. What is the sum of 100 ÷ 50?
6. What is one half written as a fraction?
7. If the time is 12pm, how many hours is it until 6pm?
8. I have a 300ml cup of coffee. If I drink one third of the cup, how much coffee in millilitres do I have left?
9. How many metres are in a kilometre?
10. What is the sum of 6 x 12?
11. 3,6,9,12,__? What is the next number in the sequence?
12. If I pay £2.14 for a bag of rice and then sell it on for £3, how much profit have I made?
13. What is the sum of the interior angles in a square?
14. If I have a bag of 5 yellow balls and 5 green balls, what is the probability (in %) of picking a yellow ball?
15. What is the sum of 21 ÷ 7?
16. 10 > 5. True or false?
17. What is the sum of 90 – 79?
18. If a rectangle has a length of 8 meters and a width of 3 meters, what is its area?
19. How many degrees is a right angle?
20. What is the sum of 8 x 20?
21. How many faces does a cube have?
22. Four pupils take a test. One pupil scores 20 marks, the second scores 50 marks, the third scores 60 marks and the fourth scores 70 marks. What is the average score of the pupils?
23. What is half of one half?
24. What is the square root of 4?
25. What is the sum of 121 ÷ 11?
26. The perimeter of a shape is defined as the total length of its boundary. True or false?
27. Determine the median of the following numbers: 2, 4, 5, 7, 9.
28. If a centimetre equates to roughly 0.4 inches, how many inches is 10cm?
29. If there are 6 oranges and 4 lemons in a bowl, how can the ratio of oranges to lemons be most simply expressed?
30. What is the sum of 13 x 14?
31. How many sides does a dodecahedron have?
32. If a pizza has a diameter of 12 inches, what is its radius?
33. What is the sum of 19 – 21?
34. If the time is 2:53pm, how many minutes is it until 4:17pm?
35. What is the sum of 888 ÷ 11?
36. 2, 3, 5, 7 and 8 are all prime numbers. True or false?
37. What is the square root of 1?
38. An obtuse angle is a type of angle that is always larger than 90° but less than 180°. True or false?
39. If the date is February 28th 2023, how many days is it until April 4th 2023?
40. What is the sum of 15 x 15?
41. How many seconds are there in 5 minutes?
42. ‘Four cubed’ can also be written as ‘43 ’. True or false?
43. What is the sum of 3 x 3 x 3?
44. What does the acronym BIDMAS stand for in maths?
45. What is the sum of 162 ÷ 3?
46. What was the nationality of the creator of the Rubik’s Cube?
47. Is an 80° angle considered an acute angle? Yes or no.
48. What is the sum of (9×2) – 10?
49. What theorem is used to find the length of an unknown side and the angle of a triangle?
50. What is Pi to five decimal places?

### 1. %
2. 9
3. 5
4. 49
5. 2
6. 1/2
7. 6
8. 200ml
9. 1000
10. 72
11. 15
12. 86p
13. 360°
14. 50%
15. 3
16. True
17. 11
18. 24 square meters
19. 90°
20. 160
21. 6
22. 50
23. 1/4 or 0.25
24. 2
25. 11
26. True
27. 5
28. 4 inches
29. 3:2
30. 182
31. 12
32. 6 inches
33. -2
34. 84 minutes
35. 111
36. False, 8 is not a prime number.
37. 1
38. True
39. 35
40. 225
41. 300
42. True
43. 27
44. Brackets, Indices, Division, Multiplication, Addition, Subtraction
45. 54
46. Hungarian
47. Yes
48. 8
49. Pythagoras
50. 3.14159

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