# Mixed fun of Mathematics, a quiz covering Numerous Topics

In this quiz, you will find problems on multiple topics of mathematics like basic maths tools, place values, fractions, multiples, plane figures, shapes, patterns, sequences, and many more. All the problems are made to excite your maths carving. Every problem is made to get you the feel of the topics.

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Solve the problems shown and match accordingly.

Find the perimeter of the rectangle shown in the figure.

10

24

20

12

Find the missing column of the following pattern.

Ron tried to find the rule of the following sequence of numbers.

2, 6, 18, 54, …

Ron told that the rule is to add 4, as 2+4 = 6.

Was Ron right?

Yes, Ron was right.

No, Ron was wrong, as rule is to add 12.

No, Ron was wrong, as rule is to multiply by 3.

No, Ron was wrong, as rule is to multiply by 6.

Add the fraction of black colored part in the given figure.

3/4

5/4

2/4

6/4

Find out the number shown by the place block diagram.

1537

1753

1357

5137

Find the perimeter of the given shape.

26

24

28

20

Rearrange the following number to make the greatest possible five-digit number.

85610

81650

86510

80156

Which of the following numbers are multiples of 16. Select all that apply.

144

8

4

256

What are the differences between these two triangles? Select all that apply.

First triangle is a right angle triangle while second one is an acute angle triangle.

First triangle is a right angle triangle while second one is an obtuse angle triangle.

First triangle is a scalene triangle while second one is equilateral triangle.

There is no differences between these two triangles.

What sets of numbers are shaded in the number chart? Select all that apply.

Multiples of 6

Multiples of 4

Multiples of 8

Multiples of 12

Which of the statement(s) is correct about the fractional numbers shown in the given number line?

6/7 is less than 7/6 as it is farther left on the number line.

6/7 is greater than 7/6 as it is farther left on the number line.

7/6 is less than 6/7 as it is farther right on the number line.

7/6 is greater than 6/7 as it is farther right on the number line.

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Title: Mixed fun of Mathematics, a quiz covering Numerous Topics
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