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How Good Are You At Math?

Do you think you’re pretty good at math? Have numbers always been your thing? Take this quiz and find out how good you really are at math!

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Question 1/10

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How many sides are on a nonagon?
9
8
6
12
10

Question 2/10

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What is 6 raised to the 3rd power?
100
216
230
300

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Solve this math problem: (7x5)+(7-19).
23
22
21
15
39

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How many degrees are in a right angle?
60
90
180

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What was is 72 divided by 3?
24
25
29

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How many of the sides on a rhombus are equal?
2
None
3

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The sum of Lucy and Dale's ages are 61. Lucy is 1 year older than Dale. How old is Dale?
31
30
29
32

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What is 80+90?
170
169
160
150

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What is 3/6 + 2/6?
7/8
5/16
5/6

Question 10/10

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What is the square root of 64?
9
8
7
2

Excellent

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You are excellent at math! Whether basic or advanced, your math skills are far superior to your peers. You know how to attack a problem with ease and skill. Well done!

Superb

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Your math skills are superb! You have amazing critical thinking skills that allow you break down even the toughest of math problems with ease. Your math skills are way above average!

Amazing

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Your math skills are amazing! You have a great ability to break down problems and pick them apart as to make them appear simple. You are an ace at both basic and advanced math!

Above Average

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You have above average math skills! While you may struggle at times with higher level math (who doesn't) you've got the stuff that matters down. You've got quite a knack for breaking down problems and solving them piece by piece.

Satisfactory

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You have satisfactory math skills! It's possible that like so many of us, you went with the adage of "when am I going to use this in the real world," and spaced out in math class. No stress! You know the stuff that matters and your math skills are still far superior to most.
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