Remember those math tests from school? Well, it's time to put those skills to the test again! This quiz will challenge your memory and problem-solving abilities with a variety of questions. Think back to your days working with numbers, shapes, and equations, and hope these will do to beat these timed questions!

What is the sum of the interior angles of a pentagon?

360 degrees

720 degrees

900 degrees

540 degrees

Which of these numbers is not a prime number?

29

31

37

39

The sum of two numbers is 16, and their difference is 4. What is the larger number?

6

10

12

8

Which of these is a composite number?

3

5

9

11

if 5 to the power of X = 625, what is the value of X?

4

3

5

7

If a rectangle's length is twice its width and its perimeter is 60 units, what is the length?

10

20

15

25

Which of the following is not a factor of 36?

6

18

14

9

What is the prime number after 23?

28

24

25

29

What is the sum of the interior angles of a hexagon?

720 degrees

900 degrees

540 degrees

1080 degrees

A sequence starts with 1 and each subsequent number is 3 times the previous one. What is the 5th number in the sequence?

54

81

243

729

If the interest on a $4,000 investment is $220 after one year, what is the simple annual interest rate?

5.5%

5

4.5%

3%

If a pair of dice is rolled, what is the probability of getting a sum of 8?

5/36

7/36

1/6

12/36

Try again...

Unfortunately, while not the lowest grade, you did not manage to answer at least half of the questions correctly. While you may have some basic math in place, there is still much to be done for your "mathematical thinking". The best thing for that? Practice, practice, practice! Have a look below at your answers and the correct ones, then try some of our other math quizzes to practice some more.

Above Average

Good work! You definitely have your mathematical bases covered, and that is rare for most adults these days that have at least a few decades between them and school. You have a good head for mathematical thinking and so you easily recalled a lot of the methods needed to solve these questions. Nicely done!

You ACED IT!

Your mathematical prowess is without fault. You have an uncanny memory for the math skills you learned at school. The more years that have passed between you and high school, the more impressed we are! You obviously have a brain that is good at processing and remembering mathematical information. It's a rare skill and one you should cherish and continue to develop. Practice some more with out other math quizzes. If you've had any mistakes, have a look below to see them corrected.

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