Math trivia is a great way to test your knowledge. It can be fun to see how much you remember or help you study for an upcoming test. The best part of math trivia is that it can be fun for all ages. We’ve gathered a combination of interesting trivia and historical facts. There are sure to be some facts you didn’t know before.

# Maths Trivia Challenge We’ve gathered a combination of interesting trivia and historical facts. There are sure to be some facts you didn’t know before.

#### Maths Trivia Challenge

Question 1 of 14.

### What is the sum of the internal angles of a hexagon?

1. 720°
2. 520°
3. 750°
4. 360°
Question 2 of 14.

### 20+(90÷2) is equal to:

1. 50
2. 75
3. 45
4. 65
Question 3 of 14.

### Which number is represented in binary as 100?

1. 4
2. 6
3. 12
4. 8
Question 4 of 14.

### What number comes next: 1, 11, 21, 1211, 111221, ...?

1. 312211
2. 112200
3. 333221
4. 222112
Question 5 of 14.

### Who Were The First People To Ever Use Negative Numbers?

1. The Romans
2. The Greeks
3. The Chinese
4. The Egyptians
Question 6 of 14.

### What number doesn’t have its own Roman numeral?

1. Zero
2. Ten
3. Five
4. Nine
Question 7 of 14.

### If letters were numbers a=1, z=26 How much would Wayne Rooney be?

1. 140
2. 90
3. 240
4. 160
Question 8 of 14.

### What is the thirteenth prime number?

1. 41
2. 37
3. 79
4. 47
Question 9 of 14.

### These are Sarah's math test scores: 98, 87, 82, 95, 93, 81, 100. What is the average?

1. 71
2. 92
3. 81
4. 91
Question 10 of 14.

### How Many Moves Does It Take To Solve A Rubik’s Cube?

1. No more than 40 moves
2. No more than 20 moves
3. No more than 35 moves
4. No more than 10 moves
Question 11 of 14.

### Find the sum of 111 + 222 + 333

1. 777
2. 666
3. 600
4. 660
Question 12 of 14.

### Solve this. (32 x 8) + 104 - 27

1. 332
2. 298
3. 333
4. 234
Question 13 of 14.

### The product of 121 x 0 x 200 x 25 is

1. 0
2. 20
3. 3500
4. 2500
Question 14 of 14.

### Is 45 a prime number?

1. No
2. Yes

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