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Mathematics Quiz for higher primary/ high school students

- 1. Mathematics Quiz Ideas Level II
- 2. Quiz format Visual Round Numbers Logic and decoding problems Model-making/ paper folding. This is done by lots Rapid Fire
- 3. Visual Round 6 Questions Each Q = 1 minute Total time = 6 minutes
- 4. Dots and lines Draw a line starting from any dot. At the place where the line ends, start the next line Draw lines such that all the dots are covered; every dot stays on atleast one line.
- 6. More dots and lines Draw a cross such that there are five dots inside and eight dots outside.
- 7. More dots and lines
- 8. Diamonds are forever Move 6 match sticks to make 8 diamonds.
- 10. Cubes The small cubes are 1 cm x 1 cm x 1cm. What is the volume of the cuboid? 24 cm3
- 11. Clock time 1 What is the acute angle between the hands at 1 o’ clock? What is the obtuse angle between 1 and 5 on a clock face? 30° 120°
- 12. Triangles How many triangles do you see? 11
- 13. Fun with numbers 6 Questions Each Q = 2 minute Total time = 12 minutes
- 14. Sum in the square 9 1 6 5 8 3 9 4 5 7 3 8 2 9 7 6 Imagine linking four numbers on this grid. The links can go up or down or sideways, but not diagonally. What is the greatest total you can make? What is the smallest total you can make?
- 15. Fraction fun ! A fraction has the denominator greater than its numerator by 6. But if you add 8 to the denominator, the value of the fraction would then become 1/3. Can you find this fraction? 7/ 13
- 16. More squares 15 7 6 3 4 5 2 12 4 8 5 6 Put the signs +, *,-, / into the circles so that the two computations done across and the two vertically give the same result
- 17. More squares 15 7 x 6 ÷ 3 4 5 2 + - 12 4 8 5 6 Put the signs +, *,-, / into the circles so that the two computations done across and the two vertically give the same result
- 18. Mathematical route 12 3 5 7 6 + 2 6 9 - 3 4 7 3 + ÷ ÷ ÷ + ÷ ÷ - x x x x - ÷ 4 + Starting from 12, find the route that leads upto 4! You can move in any direction.
- 19. Cross number 1 2 3 4 Across: 1 – A square number 2 – A square palindromic Number 3 – A cube number Down 1 – 23 x 5 2 – A multiple of 13
- 20. Cross number 1 2 Across: 1 – A square number 2 – A square palindromic Number 3 – A cube number Down 1 – 23 x 5 2 – A multiple of 13 1 6 1 2 1 5 7
- 21. Missing signs (37 ------ 21) ------ 223 = 1000 (756 ------ 18) ------ 29 = 1218 27 ------ (36 ------ 18) = 675 31 ------ (87 ------ 19) = 2108 Each box represents a missing sign ( +, -, x, or ÷)
- 22. Missing signs (37 -- x -- 21) -- + -- 223 = 1000 (756 -- ÷-- 18) – x -- 29 = 1218 27 -- + -- (36 – x -- 18) = 675 31 -- x -- (87 -- _ -- 19) = 2108 Each box represents a missing sign ( +, -, x, or ÷)
- 23. Logic “Aha”! 6 Questions Each Q = 2.5 minutes Total time = 15 minutes
- 24. Colors and names There are 3 gentlemen in a meeting: Mr. Yellow, Mr. Green and Mr. Brown. They are wearing yellow, green and brown ties. Mr. Yellow says: "Did you notice that the color of our ties are different from our names?" The person who is wearing the green tie says, "Yes, you are right!" Do you know who is wearing what color of tie? G Y B B G Y
- 25. Alphabet soup Alphabets A through R are printed above the box, in the box, and beneath the box. Can you continue on for S to Z and place them correctly according to the scheme ? Above the box, the alphabets have only lines. In the box, they have lines and curves. Below the box, they have only curves.
- 26. Secret Code Each letter stands for one of these digits – 1,3,4,6,8,9 A + A = B A x A = DF C + C = DB C x C= BD A + C = DE A x C= EF Work out the following: E + F F + B E x F F x B
- 27. Secret Code A cannot be 1 as there is no 2. A cannot be 3 because A x A is a 2- digit number A has to 4; B = 8 DF = 16; D = 1; F = 6 C + C = 18; C x C = BD = 81; C = 9 DE = 13; E = 3
- 28. Alphabet magic square Place the alphabets A to I the 3 x 3 box. E is to the right of C. A is to the right of G which is above B, which is to the left of F. I is above D which is to the left of G.
- 29. Alphabet magic square I C E D G A H B H
- 30. Patterns, patterns , everywhere What comes next? 2 4 9 18 23 46 51 ___ ___. 2 4 3 9 8 64 63 ___ ___. 2 4 5 7 10 11 13 ___ ___.
- 31. Magic Star The numbers along each line add up to 28. The letters TRICK stand for 9, 10, 11, 12 and 14. Which letter is which? T I 3 1 R 4 2 5 K C
- 32. Magic Star The numbers along each line add up to 28. The letters TRICK stand for 9, 10, 11, 12 and 14. Which letter is which? T =12 I = 11 3 1 R = 14 4 2 5 K = 10 C = 8
- 33. Math models 6 Questions Question picked by lottery! Total time = 10 minutes
- 34. While we wait… We can watch some incredible visual illusions
- 36. Will this elephant have difficulty walking?
- 38. Does the gray at the center appear darker?
- 39. Number of diagonals in a polygon How many diagonals can you draw from a vertex of a polygon of “n” sides? Can you check for different polygons? (quadrilateral, pentagon, hexagon, octagon) What is the formula? Materials: Paper, ruler, pencil
- 40. Triangles and rectangles Angle-sum property Sum of exterior angles is equal to sum of interior angles Area of a rectangle and how it is related to the area of a triangle Materials needed: Paper, pencil, scissors, ruler
- 41. What is the area of a parallelogram a b Materials needed - Graph sheet (draw the parallelogram) - Scissors - Pencil, paper
- 42. Area of a parallelogram Draw a perpendicular from A to Side CD at C‘. Cut out triangle ACC‘. A C D B A B C D A B C' D C Move the triangle ACC‘ to the other side. ABCD is a rectangle whose area is AB x BC = base x height
- 43. Can you make this square by paper folding? Materials – One large paper, ruler, pencil, scissors How many squares and how many triangles are there?
- 44. Can you make this square by paper folding? Materials – One large paper, ruler, pencil, scissors How many squares and how many triangles are there?
- 45. Ayesha’s offcuts Ayesha’s father was builder and often brought home wood offcuts. Once he bought the following pieces. 4 B A 4 4 3 C 2 6 3 5 E 4 2 D F 6 3 Can you arrange these to make a square? Materials: Chart paper, ruler, pencil scissors
- 46. Ayesha’s cutoffs A E B D C F
- 47. Largest Surrounded Area How can use these four cardboards to get the largest surrounded area? Materials: Card stock/ chart paper, ruler, pencil, scissors
- 49. Rapid Fire 2 Rounds Each round = 4 minutes Total time = 8 minutes
- 50. Round 1 How many kilograms is 36 g? What is next? 47, 45, 42, 38, … 75% of 80 Average of 65 and 33 Roughly, what is 403 / 19? Perimeter of a 9 cm x 6 cm rectangle How many zeroes in 10 lakhs or 1 million? Twice a number is 16 less than 40. What is the number?
- 51. Round 1 Double a number is 4 less than 30? Grandfather was 15 in 1951. When was he born? 10 – 6 3/5 (fraction) How many hours in September? Half of 0.1 237 ÷ 416 0.5 – 0.06 What is 33 1/3% of 54?
- 52. Round 2 The sum of two sides in a triangle is ----- What must be added to 725 to make it 810? What is 675/ 25? 13 x 7 = ----- ? What fraction of 1 kg is 400 grams? 15 – 6.7 Ratio of 30 days to 36 hours 12/ 16 = ------ %
- 53. Round 2 Increase 25 by 50 % Ascending order of fractions 3/5, ½ , ¾ , 1/5 How many faces does a cuboid have? How many tenths in 4 ½ ? Deduct 15% from 80. 23*96 ------- 32*69 The number 3672 is divisible by which of the numbers from 2 to 9? If the temperature falls 19 °C to -3 °C, what will be the change in temperature?

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- 13 1936 3 2/5 720 .05 .569712 .44 18
- Greater than the third side 65 27 91 2/5 8.3 1/20 75%
- 37.5 1/5, ½, 3/5, ¾ 6 5 68 = 2, 3, 4, 6, 8, 9 -22 degrees Celsius