50  Math Trivia Questions and Answers

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Math trivia is a great way to put your knowledge to the test. It might be fun to see how much material you remember or to help you study for an upcoming exam. The best part about math trivia is that individuals of all ages can enjoy it.

These questions can help you learn about mathematics and its many aspects, whether you are a student studying for an exam or a teacher searching for classroom game ideas. Many problems exist to test even the most mathematically minded minds, ranging from calculus to algebra.

Easy Questions: 1 to 10.

Medium Questions: 11 to 30

Hard Questions: 31 to 50

50  Math Trivia Questions and Answers


#1. X, M, V, L, etc. Belong to which Numerals?

#2. Which number system was mostly used in various Ancient Civilizations?

#3. Representation of digits into words was brought out by which Ancient Civilization?

#4. An Icosahedron has how many equal sides?

#5. Allen wrench corresponds to which Geometrical shape?

#6. A six-sided polygon is called Hexagon. How about an eight-sided one?

#7. Which figure did Arab Mathematicians Al-Khwarizmi find out in 800/B.B?

#8. Who published a detailed History of Greek Geometry from its earliest origins?

#9. Among the following numbers, which is the oldest?

#10. Odd and Even numbers were denoted odd as males and even as females by which Ancient Civilazion?

#11. Quadrilateral polygon has how many unequal sides?

#12. Between Googol or Billion, which is a bigger number?

#13. Which comes last between; Million, Billion, Trillion, Quadrillion

#14. A female mathematician who lived in ancient Egypt was known as?

#15. The longest mathematical proof can have how many pages?

#16. 1,3,5,7,9 are odd number while 2,4,6,8 are even numbers; where do we classify 0?

#17. Mathematics as a science has how many main branches?

#18. Which is the quondam known mathematical tool used?

#19. Who introduced the concept of real and imaginary figures?

#20. Which is the perfect little number?

#21. What is 10 to the power of zero?

#22. In decimal form, what are four-Eigths?

#23. According to Ancient Greek, the term Calculus is referred to as?

#24. A fraction that is greater than one is referred to as a?

#25. What is the square root of 25?

#26. Pi is classified as which number since it cannot be written as a fraction?

#27. Circumference is the perimeter of which shape?

#28. What prime digit comes after 3?

#29. X represents which number in a Roman numeral?

#30. Which triangle has only two of its sides equal?

#31. 0 was originally referred to as?

#32. Which number is both an even number and a prime number?

#33. Who founded Calculus and was called the "Father of Calculus"?

#34. Which among the following is not classified in trigonometry mathematics?

#35. In the spelling of every odd number, which letter is in it?

#36. Which temperature does not change either in Celsius or Fahrenheit?

#37. Which digit is not represented in the Roman numerals?

#38. A common name for a symbol of division?

#39. Arabic numerals were invented in which country in the world?

#40. An angle bigger than 180 degrees and less than 360 degrees is called a?

#41. What is the upper and lower number of a fraction called, respectively?

#42. Representation of digits into words was brought out by which Ancient Civilization?

#43. When do we say gigabyte or gigacycle? Which number does "Giga" stand for?

#44. A square of 12 equals?

#45. An angle found between 90 and 180 degrees is referred to as a?

#46. Calculate the quotient of 225 and 9

#47. Whiz Ferdinard Von Linderman invented which mathematical symbol in 1882?

#48. Any number or digit power 0 equals what?

#49. Which is the next digit in this Fibonacci sequence 0,1,1,2,3,5,8,13,21,34?

#50. A straight plane that touches a curved surface, i.e., a circle at any point, is called?


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