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Number Day Who wants to be a Mathionaire ?

Number Day Who wants to be a Mathionaire ?. Question 1. What is the only even prime number?. A 8 B 6 C 4 D 2. What is the only even prime number. A 8 B 6 C 4 D 2. Great start! You have …. 500 points. Question 2.

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Number Day Who wants to be a Mathionaire ?

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1. Number DayWho wants to be a Mathionaire?

2. Question 1

3. What is the only even prime number? A 8 B 6 C 4 D 2

4. What is the only even prime number A 8 B 6 C 4 D 2

5. Great start! You have… 500 points

6. Question 2

7. Jessica buys a jumper which was originally priced at £20.00. It is in a sale with 20% off, how much does she pay? A £15.00 B £16.00 C £24.00 D £18.00

8. Jessica buys a jumper which was originally priced at £20.00. It is in a sale with 20% off, how much does she pay? A £15.00 B £16.00 C £24.00 D £18.00

9. Well done! You have… 1000 points

10. Question 3

11. There are 100 eggs and each carton holds 6 eggs. How many cartons are needed to transport all of the eggs? A 15 B 16 C 20 D 17

12. There are 100 eggs and each carton holds 6 eggs. How many cartons are needed to transport all of the eggs? A 15 B 16 C 20 D 17

13. You’re getting the hang of this! You have… 2000 points

14. Question 4

15. Charlotte thinks of a number. She multiplies it by 4 then subtracts 13. The answer is 19. What number did she first think of? A 10 B 9 C8 D 11

16. Charlotte thinks of a number. She multiplies it by 4 then subtracts 13. The answer is 19. What number did she first think of? A 10 B 9 C8 D 11

17. Fantastic! You have… 5000 points

18. Question 5

19. How many lines of symmetry does a parallelogram have? A 4 B 2 C 1 D 0

20. How many lines of symmetry does a parallelogram have? A 4 B 2 C 1 D 0

21. Brilliant! You have… 10 000 points

22. Question 6

23. If 72 x 163 = 11736, use this information to work out 7.2x 1.63? A 117.36 B 1.1736 C 11.736 D 1173.6

24. If 72 x 163 = 11736, use this information to work out 7.2x 1.63? A 117.36 B 1.1736 C 11.736 D 1173.6

25. You’re half way there now! You have… 20 000 points

26. Question 7

27. Noah is facing North East and he turns clockwise through 135°, which direction is he now facing? A South B South East C South West D West

28. Noah is facing North East and he turns clockwise through 135°, which direction is he now facing? A South B South East C South West D West

29. Superb! You have… 50 000 points

30. Question 8

31. A group of six friends got the following scores in their maths test: 65, 70, 70, 63, 60, 80. What is the mean (average) score? A 68 B 70 C 67 D 75

32. A group of six friends got the following scores in their maths test: 65, 70, 70, 63, 60, 80. What is the mean (average) score? A 68 B 70 C 67 D 75

33. Keep going! You have… 75 000 points

34. Question 9

35. 2x + 6 = 14x = ? A 3 B 2 C 4 D 1

36. 2x + 6 = 14x = ? A 3 B 2 C 4 D 1

37. Incredible! You have… 150 000 points

38. Question 10

39. What is the perimeter of a square, with an area of 196cm2? A 15cm B 16cm C 56cm D 32cm

40. What is the perimeter of a square, with an area of 196cm2? A 15cm B 16cm C 56cm D 32cm

41. Outstanding! You have… 250 000 points

42. Question 11

43. Dad is six times older than his son and grandfather is twice as old as Dad. If their total ages add to 114, what age is the son? A 10 B 6 C 9 D 8

44. Dad is six times older than his son and grandfather is twice as old as Dad. If their total ages add to 114, what age is the son? A 10 B 6 C 9 D 8

45. Sensational! You have… 500 000 points

46. Final Question! Question 12

47. Charlie receives £4.89 in change; what is the lowest number of coins he could get? A 7 B 8 C 4 D 6

48. Charlie receives £4.89 in change; what is the lowest number of coins he could get? A 7 B 8 C 4 D 6

49. YOU DID IT! 1 000 000 points

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