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Free math quiz is designed with a variety of tricky math questions to test the knowledge of the various math trivia. Tricky math questions are here for students to practice all types of questions on math quiz. In math quiz games we need to select the correct option.

Math quiz will take 5 minutes of your time to complete a set of questions which will help you to know how much you know about math quizzes and how much time you need to complete a set of math questions. If you want you can also take free printable math quizzes from your home printers and share the questions with your friends.

In set XIV let’s complete 10 easy multiple choice questions on math quizzes.





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Question 1. The least number of five digits which is completely divisible by 39, is ………. .
A. 10101
B. 10062
C. 10016
D. 10023


Question 2. 2. If ‘+’ means ‘×’, ‘-‘ means ‘+’, ‘×’ means ‘÷’ and ‘÷’ means ‘-‘ then find the value of;
6 – 9 + 8 × 3 ÷ 20 = ……. .
A. 6
B. 10
C. -2
D. 12


Question 3. 3. What is 121 times 11?
A. 1331
B. 1313
C. 1133
D. 3131


Question 4. A car covers a distance of 200km in 2 hours 40 minutes, whereas a jeep covers the same distance in 2 hours. What is the ratio of their speed?
A. 3:4
B. 4:3
C. 4:5
D. 5:4


Question 5. 10001 – 101 = ?
A. 1001
B. 990
C. 9990
D. 9900


Question 6.A number is greater than 3 but less than 8. Also the number is greater than 6 but less than 10. What is the number?
A. 5
B. 6
C. 7
D. 8


Question 7. . In the following series a wrong number is given. Find out that number.
4, 5, 10, 18, 34, 59, 95
A. 5
B. 10
C. 18
D. 34


Question 8. A clock reads 4:30. If the minute hand points East, in what direction will the hour hand point?
A. North
B. North-West
C. North-East
D. South-East


Question 9. The sum of squares of two numbers is 80 and the square of difference between the two numbers is 36. Find the product of two numbers.
A. 11
B. 22
C. 33
D. 26


Question 10. The value of 1.07 × 65 + 1.07 × 26 + 1.07 × 9 is;
A. 10.73
B. 10.7
C. 10.70
D. 107




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