Maths Quiz

Following the description of a mathematical term, provide which term its referring to.
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Last updated: September 4, 2015
First submittedSeptember 2, 2015
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A tool used for measuring angles
Protractor
What does ! stand for?
Factorial
A unit we measure angles in
Degrees
Another unit we measure angles in
Radians
A method of calculus used to measure rates of change
Differentiation
The opposite of the above
Integration
A function in the form ax^2 + bx + c
Quadratic
3.14159265358979323846264...
PI
A type of Differentiation
Implicit
A number in the format of a + bi
Complex
A type of diagram used to plot the above type of number
Argand
The name of the following sequence: 1,1,2,3,5,8,13,21,34,55
Fibonacci
Sinh, Cosh, Tanh, Sech, Cosech, Coth...
Hyperbolic
An array of numbers sometimes used to solve simultaneous equations
Matrix
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What does the Mx stand for in the equation y = mx + c
Gradient
What does the C stand for in the equation y = mx + c
Intercept
How many centimeters are in an inch?
2.5
What is 692 x 27 (No calculators!!)
18684
How many centimeters are in a yard?
91.44
How many inches are in a yard?
36
A tool used to draw curves and circles
A pair of compasses
What does sinx/cosx equal?
Tanx
How many sides are on a dodecagon
12
is 0 a number?
Yes
Is infinity a number?
No
What does B stand for in BODMAS?
Brackets
I am the inverse function of a natural logarithm
Exponential
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Level 83
Sep 2, 2015
"Factorial", not "Factoral". "Degrees", not "Degreese".
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Level 8
Sep 3, 2015
Edited, my bad
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Level 59
Sep 4, 2015
"degrees" still doesn't work
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Level 8
Sep 4, 2015
Sorry, first quiz, will update again
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Level 84
Sep 3, 2015
1) When you ask for 'a unit', an answer in singular form (degree, radian) should be acceptable. 2) One yard is 91,44 centimeters.
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Level 8
Sep 3, 2015
Will update, thanks.
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Level 59
Sep 4, 2015
could you accept "compass"?
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Level 8
Sep 4, 2015
I can change it slightly, but a compass and a pair of compasses are completely different
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Level 73
Jan 14, 2016
Could you specify the number of decimal places required for the cm in a yard? Also, y intercept should be accepted, and have you not realised how ridiculous it is to have yes/no answers on one of these quizzes?