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Can You Answer These Primary School Maths Questions?

See how many of these simple maths questions you can answer

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154 Comments
Linda Stegall
6/10 Math is not my best subject. Thanks for the answers. Helps me learn.
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Jul 20, 2021 4:26PM
skclary
7/10 so I can't complain about!
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Jul 19, 2021 6:43PM
james parrillo
Jim Furlong, Hello. The question did not ask to calculate an angle, between 90 and 180 degrees. It asked what any angle between 90 and 180 degrees is. A 100, 125, or 150 degree angle is called obtuse. Thank you, Christine, James's wife
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Jun 9, 2021 11:27PM
james parrillo
Beverly DeWyze, I cannot see the answer someone gave you. The question asked for the name of any angle between 90 and 180 degrees. It was not asking for a calculation of the angle between 90 and 180 degrees. A 100 degree angle would be obtuse. A 125 degree angle would be obtuse. This is opposed to a 75 degree angle, which would be acute. Thank you, Christine, James's wife
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Jun 9, 2021 11:24PM
james parrillo
Lorna Shipton, You and the question agree. It asks for the name of an angle between 90 and 180 degrees. Thank you, Christine, James's wife
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Jun 9, 2021 11:16PM
Cindy Ursan
Well at least I passed! Not bad for someone who failed high school math -miserably!!!🤓
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Jun 1, 2021 1:26AM
Susanna Viljanen
10/10. Clever as a 10 year old.
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May 8, 2021 11:44AM
Riviera Rascal
Yeah.. Clever as a 10 year old, makes a Rascal feel Good.. Ha
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May 2, 2021 11:17PM
Darlene Davidson
7/10. Even correct answers to math questions can be subject to disagreement.
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Apr 4, 2021 10:17AM
Lorna Shipton
9/10, but question 8 does not offer the correct answer! A 90 degree angle is neither obtuse or acute. It is its own separate entity. 90 degree angles are called right angles. Any angle smaller than 90 degrees is an acute angle, while any angle bigger than 90 degrees is an obtuse angle.
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Mar 30, 2021 6:58AM
dejayel
The question 2 do not have the correct answers listed. 15 is the average, not the mean nor the median number.
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Mar 27, 2021 12:18PM

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