Math Quiz: Can You Beat All 15 Questions?
Some of the questions may seem easy, but nothing's easy when you're on the clock. Some of these questions are timed! Find X in the next equation : 2X - 8 = -X + 1 3 -3 6 -6 12 ÷ 2 (5 – 2) = ? 18 12 16 14 24 ÷ 4 (8 ÷ 4) = ? 12 4 8 16 X + 5(10 x 3)= 0 120 -100 -120 -150 19 x 19 = ?
What do Your Sleep Habits Say About Your Personality?
Alarm Clock? I don’t need one, I wake up naturally. Once is enough for me At least three or four times Sometimes I get up after one ring and sometimes after ten...
Can You Beat This Especially Tricky Math Test?
You have a good head for math and a tranquility of purpose that defies the pressures of the clock. Good job! Share Result You ACED It! This test never stood a chance. You beat it and cleaned the clock for those timed questions too!
Can You Remember the Details?
Africa North America Europe Asia What city was represented by the left clock? New York Moscow London Tokyo Look at this photo for 30 seconds, and try to remember as many details about it as you can. I'm Ready How many blue stripes appeared on the mug? 5 4 7 6 What was the handle color of the mug?
What’s Your Chronotype and Why Is It Useful to Know?
One of the critics, a clinical psychologist and sleep specialist Michael Breus came up with an alternative system of dividing people according to their biological clock into 4 groups called chronotypes: bears, lions, wolves and dolphins.
Are You Constantly Misusing These Words?
On my way home from the store, I always pass by a crooked telephone pole. pole poll After the clock rang for midnight, Jill decided to subtly ___ that it was time for the guests to make their way home.
Can You Pass This Dementia Test?
Which clock shows the time to be 17:45? Try Again Share Result Average Share Result Good Share Result 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Share Quiz Facebook WhatsApp Show My Mistakes Try Again Next Quiz Scoreboard Can You Pass This Dementia Test?
How Much Do You Know About Ancient Egypt?
With the death of Cleopatra in 30BC, the Roman Empire took control over Egypt, ending its ancient period.
Think You Don't Offend Locals When Traveling? Think Again!
A clock Alcohol A basket of fruit A fine box of tea In which country is the 'OK' hand gesture not considered offensive? Turkey Greece Sweden Tunisia Which of the following do many New Zealanders find insulting?
Is Your Memory Strong Enough to Pass This Grueling Test?
1 2 3 4 5 6 Depositphotos What time was it on the clock?
Do You Recognize These Objects?
Toilet paper Wool Snow Glass Whipped cream In this close-up you're being shown… An LED lightbulb A keyboard A shoe sole A television A clock What is the object being shown in this close-up?
Can You Pass Our Mythology Quiz?
His wife's death. His son's death. His daughter's death. His father's death. Who was the god of the sea? Poseidon Hades Apollo Zeus What tragically happened to Narcissus? He died while staring at his own reflection. He died in battle. He lost the nymph he loved. He was raped by Zeus.
Can You Identify the Historical Person?
These are people who shaped culture, art, war and leadership for decades and centuries after their death. They should be known on sight!
How Well Do You Know the History of Pandemics?
36 million 5 million 500 million 500,000 When did the "Black Death" pandemic take place? The black death outbreak lasted primarily between 1346 and 1353 AD. 14th Century 16th century 17th century 19th century How many people died from the black death?
How Much Do You Know About New York City?
Because of the Times Newspaper Because it was designed to be in the spirit of modern times Because of all the time it took to build and the lives lost building it Because it used to feature a clock tower and it's where people went to tell the time Who is the current mayor of New York City?
Solve 15 Fun Questions in 20 Minutes!
Most of the questions are pretty easy, but we've got you on the clock. Don't worry, most of you should have more than enough time to complete these, but keep your eye on it! Another way of saying would be that you have 1200 seconds to complete 15 questions - GO! READY TO GO! What is the solution?
True or False: Can You Guess Which Pop Facts Are True?
Walt Disney's remains were cremated after his death True False The very first electric bass was played upright like a classical double bass True!
How Warm a Person Are You?
The Tower The Little Flags The Clock The Sky Which of these colors do you think are the most salient? Red Orange Green Purple Which of the following colors in this photo do you find the most significant?
How Well Do You Know Reproduction?
A single cell entity that is formed by fusing the sperm and the egg The act of a cell splitting over and over, creating more cells Cell Death in an embryo An unfertilized egg When does fertilization have the highest chance of succeeding?
The Great Shakespeare Quiz!
Shakespeare would be proud to have still influenced you so many years after his death. Share Result Are You an English Scholar?? We bow down to your superior knowledge. We can't think of anything you don't know about the great Shakespeare.
Can You Answer This 20th Century History Quiz?
The first Nobel prize was awarded 5 years after his death (on the day). By inventing Dynamite and other explosives By owning half of Sweden's highways From casinos By inventing the elevator What was the name of the huge airship that exploded in 1937 while attempting to land in New Jeresy?
Are You a Seeker, Skeptic, or Spiritualist?
It's unknowable Is there life after death? Yes No We'll never know Does life have meaning? Yes No That depends on the life Why are we here? To be good To add beauty to the world To do God's will I never think about it No reason Are people basically good?
Can You Name these Famous Paintings?
The Scream - Edvard Munch Triumph of Death - Bruegel Sleeping Gypsy - Rousseau Babel Tower - Bruegel What's the name of this famous painting? Nozze di Cana - Veronese Starry Night - Vincent van Gogh Babel Tower - Bruegel Cypresses - Van Gogh What's the name of this famous painting?
How Well Do You Know These Famous Quotations?
Benjamin Franklin When talking about the establishment of US constitution, Franklin expressed doubt that it would remain for long, saying: “in this world nothing can be said to be certain, except death and taxes.”