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Test Your Math knowledge!
This is a skilled quiz testing your math knowledge! Test your hardest and good luck!
Question 1:
Any side of a triangle can be used as a
height
altitude
base
Question 2:
Algebra tiles can me used to model
monomials
polynomial
numbers
Question 3:
What is it called when you replace numbers with letters?
numbers
numbers with letters
variables
radical signs
Question 4:
What is the mean of the numbers 10,20,15,5 and 10
20
12
5
15
Question 5:
An obtuse angle is any angle that measures greater than 90º but less than____º
360º
220º
180º
Question 6:
What is the distance around a circle called?
diameter
radius
circumference
Question 7:
What table is a table for organizing a set of data that shows the number of times each item or number appears
bar graph
circle graph
frequency table
Question 8:
A graph that shows the general relationship between two sets of data
scale factor
box and whisker plot
scatter plot
Question 9:
A diagram used to show the total number of possible outcomes in a probability experiment
function table
bar graph
tree diagram
Question 10:
The comparison of greatest possible error with the measurement itself
repeating decimal
scale factor
relative error
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