Ready for another one of our fun math quizzes? This quiz starts easy but gets harder, so you better use your limited time wisely. You have 15 minutes to solve 14 math problems. Try to go through the first ones fast so you have some time for the harder ones to come. No calculators allowed BUT a pen and paper may help... Good luck!

A factory produced 2300 TV sets in its first year of production. 4500 sets were produced in its second year and 500 more sets were produced in its third year than in its second year. How many TV sets were produced in three years?

11,800

12,300

14,750

10,200

A number has 5 tens and 2 more ones than tens. What is the number?

2 more ones than tens is equal to 5 + 2 or 7. Therefore, the number has 5 tens and 7 ones. The number is 57.

57

75

55

72

What is one-third of three-fourths?

1/3 × 3/4 = 3/12 = 1/4

1/3

1/4

1/5

4/12

Suppose the width of a soccer field 60 meters and the length is 100 meters. What is the ratio in simplest form of the length to the area of the field?

The area of the field is 60 × 100 = 6000 The ratio of the length to the area is 100 to 6000, 100:6000 or 100/6000 100/6000 = 1/60

1/60

1/120

1/600

1/1200

A firefighter truck can hold 3000 gallons of water. A firefighter can deliver 160 gallons of water every 2 minutes. How long will it take for the firefighter to empty the tank?

37.5 minutes

15.2 minutes

18.5 minutes

43.5 minutes

John jogged 1 3/4 miles yesterday and 2 1/2 miles today. How many miles did John spend jogging for the past two days in 1/4s?

17/4

15/4

16/4

22/4

Peter's truck gets him 10 2/3 miles per gallon. Suppose Peter's tank is empty and he puts 5 1/2 gallons, how far can Peter go with the truck?

58.6 miles

65.2 miles

52 miles

48.4 miles

Which of the following ordered pairs is a solution to the equation 2 x + 3 y = 8?

(1 , 3)

(2 , 3)

(4 , 1)

(1 , 2)

James caught some fish that weighted 6 1/2 pounds. If he gave 4 1/4 pounds of fish to some friends, how much fish does he have for himself?

Subtract 4 1/4 from 6 1/2. 6 - 4 = 2 1/2 - 1/4 = 2/4 - 1/4 = 1/4 James has 2 1/4 pounds of fish for himself.

2.25

2.5

1.75

1.5

In one night, a movie theater sells tickets for 6450 dollars. Each ticket costs 15 dollars. How many people purchased a ticket?

6450 ÷ 15 = 430, so 430 people purchased a ticket.

430

510

645

322.5

Choose the number " Six hundred seventy-two million two hundred fifty-nine" in digits.

672000259

67200295

6720000259

67200259

John can eat a sixth of a pizza in two minutes. It takes 3 minutes for Billy to eat one quarter of the same pizza. If John and Billy start eating one pizza each, who will finish first?

They both take 12 minutes.

John

Billy

They finish at the same time

A recipe calls for 2 1/8 cups of butter for a casserole. How much butter is needed to make 6 1/2 casseroles?

Just multiply 2 1/8 by 6 1/2 2 1/8 × 6 1/2 = (2 × 8 + 1)/8 × (6 × 2 + 1)/2 2 1/8 × 6 1/2 = 17/8 × 13/2 = (17 × 13)/(8 × 2) 2 1/8 × 6 1/2 = 221/16 = 13.8125

13.8

32.3

2.5

27.5

How many minutes are there in the month of January?

44640

24460

34260

18600

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