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Think you can out smart our maths magician Mape? Well this new feature will see a weekly competion to see who can guess Multi-ball's maths equation, the winner will receive a prize at the next pub we go to after the game.
 
New quiz at the bottom of page

The October series

The first in the october series. you need to get three out of the five to win the monthy prize (no rhyme intended).
 
What is the missing number?
 
0, 2, 6, 14, 30, ... ?
 
Answer: 62
 
When I take the digits 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5, how many different 5 digit numbers can be formed if you may not use the same digit twice in the number?
 
120?
125?
25?
100?
 
Answer: 120
 
Freddy is 2 years older than Joe. The sum of their ages is 106. How old is Joe?
 
54?
53?
45?
52?
 
Answer: 52
 
I ordered an eighteen slice pizza from Crazy Joe's Pizzeria. For dinner, I ate 3 slices. In simplest form, what fraction of the pie did I eat?
 
Ha, ha, ha no choices available! Use your beer damaged brains.
 
Answer: 1/6
 
The numbers 3, 7, 31, and 127 are what?
 
Fermat Primes?
Mersenne Primes?
Leibniz Primes?
Newton Primes?
 
Answer: Mersanne Primes
 
Write yor answer on a bit of paper and hand it to Adz. Whoever gets their entry in first wins the magnificent prize!!!
 
 
2nd In The Series
 
A natural number is doubled when added to its reciprocal. Find that number!
 
2?
1/2?
0?
1?
 
The logarithm (base ten) of five hundred times an integer is three. Find that number!
 
8?
450?
2?
1500?
 
Solving the quadratic equation (x+1)(x-1)=0 will give you an answer of?
 
x = 1?
x = 1 , -1?
x = -1?
x = 0?
 
What is the name given to a sequence where each term is a constant, d, added to the previous term?
 
Geometric Sequence?
Constant Sequence?
Cartesian Sequence?
Arithmetic sequence?
 
Which famous mathematician said that "the square of the hypotenuse is equal to the squares of the other two sides"?
 
Pythagoras?
Einstein?
Aristotle?
Pascal?

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