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Math Quiz: Solve These 25 Math and Logic Questions

  Since our last Math Quiz was deemed a bit easy by some of you, today we have something a bit more challenging, and it will require you to solve no less than 25 math problems. Some will be very short and some longer, some very easy and some (especially towards the end) will be quite hard. We wish you good luck!
 
 
My grandson weighs 44 pounds plus half his own weight. How much does he weigh?
88
72
66
68
 
 
I bought lunch for 3 friends. If I spent $30 and had to pay a 15% tip, what was the tip?
$5
$5.5
$4.5
$6
 
 
Which is divisible by 4 without a remainder?
106
102
110
112
 
 
Suzy, 12 years old, is three times as old as Rachel. How old will she be when she's twice as old as Rachel?
16
12
14
18
 
 
Pick 3 different numbers whose product and sum always give the same answer.
1,2,3
1,2,-2
1,-1,2
-2,-1,0
 
 
8 + 8 ÷ 8 + 8 x 8 – 8 = ?
16
65
72
64
 
 
What comes next in the series: 24, 23, 21, 18, 14, __
10
9
12
11
 
 
What is the square root of 225?
25
15
12.5
12.225
 
 
Mark is taller than Jon, and Emily is shorter than Mark. Which is accurate?
Emily is taller than Jon
Jon is taller than Emily
Emily is as tall as Jon
Impossible to tell
 
 
I have figs. I eat 1 and give half the remainder to Charlie. I eat another, and throw half of what's left away. I now have 5 figs. I started with:
27 figs
23 figs
25 figs
22 figs
 
 
If X is bigger than Y but smaller than Z, then:
Y is bigger than Z
Y is the biggest
Z is the smallest
Z is bigger than an X
 
 
Eric's salary is $2000 more than Rachel's. Together they make $5800. Rachel makes:
$2,800
$3,900
$2,000
$1,900
 
 
A plane flew for 4 hours AGAINST a 10 mph wind. It then flew for 3 hours WITH the same wind. The plane flew 3560 miles. Find the rate of the plane in still air.
610
410
510
310
 
 
When I get multiplied by any number, the sum of the figures in the product is always me. What am I?
9
16
7
11
 
 
1 + 1 x ¼ + 1 − 1 = ?
1.25
0..25
2.25
0.50
 
 
Ron was 0.3 of his father's age this year. If he's 12 this year, how old was his father when he was born?
36
40
16
28
 
 
Which is divisible by 7 without a remainder?
82
83
84
81
 
 
You reduce the price of a product by 20%. What percentage of the reduced price must you increase to put the product back to its original price?
15%
25%
35%
20%
 
 
When you add the square root of 81 to 12 squared, what do you get?
152
153
154
151
 
 
During a 5-day festival, the number of visitors tripled each day. If the festival opened on a Thursday with 345 visitors, what was the attendance on Sunday
6,210
9,315
3,105
1,035
 
 
The average of three numbers is V. If one of the numbers is Z and another is Y, what is the remaining number?
Z + Y
3V - Z - Y
3Z - V
3Z - Y/3
 
 
Sam bought a boat for $6300. He then sold it for 15% profit. How much money did he sell the boat for?
$7,245
$6,245
$5,245
$8,245
 
 
Which number is equal to the quarter of its square?
2
8
4
1
 
 
14 x 0.15 = ?
1.9
2.1
3
2.5
 
 
This is a hard one: Which number doesn't belong in the following series: 2 - 3 - 6 - 7 - 8 - 14 - 15 – 30
The most symmetric pattern is given by a0=2, an+1=an+1if n is odd and an+1=2an if n is even. Only 8 does not fit this pattern.
30
8
7
6
When you fail, try try again
Failure try again success
 
You failed this one. But it's not about passing or failing, it's about learning and trying again! Failing is how we learn to do better. So look up the material a bit and don't quit!
Not bad but not great
 
Not bad at all. You hit on the solution a little less than half the time, which is pretty good, but you can always do better! How about giving it another go? Or maybe try one of our other math quizzes to practice.
Great job - You did better than 80% of people!
80% in gold
 
Really good job, you got more points and answered more questions correctly than 80% of people taking this test. You don't have much to learn here, but have a look at those you got wrong and try to figure out why that happened.
You are the master!
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