Mathematics General Knowledge #2

Can you answer these general knowledge questions about math?
Type in numerals when possible unless otherwise stated
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Last updated: May 27, 2020
First submittedSeptember 9, 2018
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What is the circumference of a circle divided by the diameter?
Pi
What is 13 in binary?
1101
What perfect square comes after 25?
36
What is a triangle called if all of its sides are different lengths?
Scalene
Finish the pattern - Constant, Linear, Quadratic, ________
Cubic
What is one tenth of a centimeter?
Millimeter
What is 16^2?
256
What is the name for the point at the top of a cone?
Apex
What place is the "4" in, in the number 32.45
Tenth
What shape has 2 parallel sides and 2 that aren't?
Trapezoid
What is the opposite of a constant?
Variable
What physicist developed the system for estimating with no real data?
Enrico Fermi
What comes first in the order of operations?
Groupings
Length x Height x Width = ?
Volume
What's the name of a line that comes to an end in each direction?
Line Segment
What two digit number has the most syllables?
77
What angle has between 91-180 degrees?
Obtuse
What shape has an infinite perimeter
Fractal
What's the surface area of a cube with a length of 10?
600
What shape has 12 faces?
Dodecahedron
Miles per hour and meters per second are examples of a _____
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What number is equal to 1000 Quadrillions (not in numerals)
Quintillion
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Level 75
Sep 9, 2018
Nice quiz, but a dodecahedron has 12 faces!
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Level 83
Sep 9, 2018
A quintillion is 1000, not 100, quadrillions.
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Level 64
Sep 9, 2018
Fixed and Fixed!
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Level 75
Feb 17, 2020
In the UK, we use the name 'Trapezium' instead of Trapezoid. Please allow this to be an answer.
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Level 33
Jan 26, 2021
You should really accept "brackets" and "parentheses" for "groupings". I've never heard it called "groupings" ever
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Level 40
Sep 28, 2022
Not all fractals have infinite perimeter.