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Who Wants To Be A Mathionaire?

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Question 1

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Which shape has twice as many edges as faces? A Triangular pyramid B Triangular prism C Sphere D Cuboid

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Which shape has twice as many edges as faces? A Triangular pyramid B Triangular prism C Sphere D Cuboid

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500 points

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Question 2

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If the train leaves at 16.35 and arrives at 18.21, how long is the journey? A 2hr 5m B 1hr 46m C 1hr 15m D 1hr 35m

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If the train leaves at 16.35 and arrives at 18.21, how long is the journey? A 2hr 5m B 1hr 46m C 1hr 15m D 1hr 35m

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1000 points

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Question 3

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There are 250ml in a bottle. How many bottles can be filled from a 3 litre jug? A 3 B 8 C 10 D 12

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There are 250ml in a bottle. How many bottles can be filled from a 3 litre jug?? A 3 B 8 C 10 D 12

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2000 points

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Question 4

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I think of a number, I multiply it by three then subtract seven and the answer is 23. What number did I first think of? A 12 B 42 C 10 D 30

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I think of a number, I multiply it by three then subtract seven and the answer is 23. What number did I first think of? A 12 B 42 C 10 D 30

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5000 points

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Question 5

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The temperature was 7 o C above freezing, then it went down by 10 o C and then got 15 o warmer. What is the temperature now? A 7 o C B 2 o C C -3 o C D 12 o C

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The temperature was 7 o C above freezing, then it went down by 10 o C and then got 15 o warmer. What is the temperature now? A 7 o C B 2 o C C -3 o C D 12 o C

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10 000 points

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Question 6

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If 24 x 312 = 7488, use this information to work out 2.4 x 31.2 A 74.88 B 748.8 C 7.488 D 0.7488

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If 24 x 312 = 7488, use this information to work out 2.4 x 31.2 A 74.88 B 748.8 C 7.488 D 0.7488

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20 000 points

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Question 7

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10 cards contain the digits 0-9. Anya chooses a card at random. What is the probability that the card chosen is a factor of 12? A 1/2 B 3/10 C Zero D 2/5

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10 cards contain the digits 0-9. Anya chooses a card at random. What is the probability that the card chosen is a factor of 12? A 1/2 B 3/10 C Zero D 2/5

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50 000 points

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Question 8

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A group of five friends got the following scores in their maths tests: 65, 70, 70, 60, 80. What was the mean (average) score? A 69 B 70 C 67 D 75

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A group of five friends got the following scores in their maths tests: 65, 70, 70, 60, 80. What was the mean (average) score? A 69 B 70 C 67 D 75

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75 000 points

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Question 9

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What’s a third of a quarter? A one sixteenth B one sixth C one twelfth D one eighth

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What’s a third of a quarter? A one sixteenth B one sixth C one twelfth D one eighth

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150 000 points

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Question 10

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What is the perimeter of a rectangle, with one side of length 8cm and with an area of 56cm 2 ? A 15cm B 16cm C 30cm D 32cm

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What is the perimeter of a rectangle, with one side of length 8cm and with an area of 56cm 2 ? A 15cm B 16cm C 30cm D 32cm

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250 000 points

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Question 11

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The colour purple is made by a ratio of 3:1 of red paint to blue. How many one litre cans of both colours would be needed to make 20 litres of purple paint? A 17 red, 3 blue B 15 red, 5 blue C 12 red, 8 blue D 16 red, 4 blue

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The colour purple is made by a ratio of 3:1 of red paint to blue. How many one litre cans of both colours would be needed to make 20 litres of purple paint? A 17 red, 3 blue B 15 red, 5 blue C 12 red, 8 blue D 16 red, 4 blue

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500 000 points

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Final Question! Question 12

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Lauren is laying paving slabs in her patio. The slabs each measure 50cmx50cm square. The patio is a 3m x 4m rectangle. How many slabs will Laura need? A 62 B 48 C 2500 D 12

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Lauren is laying paving slabs in her patio. The slabs each measure 50cmx50cm square. The patio is a 3m x 4m rectangle. How many slabs will Laura need? A 62 B 48 C 2500 D 12

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1 000 000 points

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