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Who wants to be a Mathonaire?. Quiz Host : Mrs Tyrant who MAY be your Maths Teacher. 100 points. Ask the audience. 200 points. 300 points. Phone a friend. 500 points. 1 000 points. 50 - 50. 2 000 points. 4 000 points. 8 000 points. 16 000 points. 32 000 points.

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Who wants to be a

Mathonaire?

Quiz Host : Mrs Tyrant

who MAY be your Maths Teacher


100 points

Ask the audience.

200 points

300 points

Phone a friend.

500 points

1 000 points

50 - 50

2 000 points

4 000 points

8 000 points

16 000 points

32 000 points

64 000 points

125 000 points

250 000 points

500 000 points

1 000 000 points


100 points

Which Quadrilateral has exactly 4 axes of symmetry?

A : square

B : rectangle

C : kite

D : rhombus


200 points

Give the next term in the following sequence:

2, 11, 20, 29, . . . . . .

A : 39

B : 38

C : 36

D : 37


300 points

Give the formula for the area of a circle

A : A = π r 2 h

B : A = π r 2

C : A = 1/3 π r 3

D : A = 2 π r


500 points

Which average should you calculate for a dress shop owner to help with ordering new stock.

A : mean

B : median

C : mode

D : mine


1 000 points

Give the ratio 48 : 64 in its simplest form.

A : 2 : 3

B : 3 : 2

C : 4 : 3

D : 3 : 4


Q

^

What is the size of the angle PQR

65˚

P

37˚

R

2 000 points

A : 258˚

B : 78˚

C : 102˚

D : 28˚


4 000 points

A prize of £54 000 is divided between Andy and Bee in the ratio 5 : 4 How much does Bee get?

A : £ 20 000

B : £ 24 000

C : £ 30 000

D : £ 34 000


8 000 points

How many litres will a can measuring 20 cm by 30 cm by 40 cm hold?

A : 24 000

B : 240

C : 24

D : 2400


16 000 points

If the temperature at midnight was -16˚ C, what is the temperature at midday if it had risen 12 degrees?

A : -28˚C

B : - 4˚C

C : 4˚C

D : 28˚C


What is the total area of this shape?

y

x

z

32 000 points

A : y(x + z)

B : 1/2 x y z

C : 1/2 y(x + z)

D : 1/2 x y + y z


64 000 points

Solve the equation 6x + 17 = 3x - 4

A : x = -7

B : x = 3

C : x = -3

D : x = 7


125 000 points

If Jo spends 47% of her income on rent, 21% on her car and 26% on food and saves the rest. What percentage of her income does she save each month?

A : 6%

B : 16%

C : 7%

D : 12%


7m

3m

5m

What is the area of the path surrounding the grass?

5m

250 000 points

A : 20 m2

B : 8 m2

C : 24 m2

D : 15 m2


500 000 points

Calculate the mean temperature

-1, -3, 4, -5, -7, 3, 0, 5, -3, -3

A : 3.4

B : -1

C : -3.4

D : 1


What is the perimeter of this running track?

(semi-circular ends)

10 m

30 m

1 000 000 points

A : 80 m

B : 91.4 m

C : 71.4 m

D : 278.5 m


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