Can You Pass This One Minute Math Drill Without A Single Mistake?
Solving this whole test (correctly) should take you under a minute. You learned this in school and should definitely remember as an adult! Good luck!
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Hello there Speedy Gonzales. Not only that you were able to answer everything correctly, but you did it fast (and we mean it in a good way). You are definitely left-brained, which means you have incredible logic and enviable analytical skills. You have an amazing memory, you are a great problem solver and yes, you're good at math. You love to challenge yourself and learn new things, your curiosity is one of your strongest characteristics, which also brings out your creativity. You get an A++ at math and life!
Aug 26, 2016 3:09PM
A++ Human Calculator.
Aug 26, 2016 4:58PM
you give me lots of credit ?! it was simple multiplication ! school math !
Aug 26, 2016 5:56PM
Speedy Gonzales answered everything correctly.
Aug 26, 2016 6:32PM
A++ human calculator
Aug 27, 2016 2:43AM
Remember that we are self-selected participants. Not many people would think of the challenge of a math speed test as an entertaining way to spend a minute of their lives. Also, it was all multiplication and true/false and the false answer was never very tempting. If they had mixed operations and had multiple choice and had better false answers and maybe a bit of algebra or a factorial or probability or statistics or any question that made you think beyond your multiplication tables, I might be more inclined toward self-flattery after getting the perfect score. I think what would be interesting is to know why some people (us presumably) hard-code their multiplication tables and most don't. I also did things like remember all the perhect squares through 25**2 and the decimal equivalents of 1/7 and 1/9 and such. Did you others who aced this test do things like that? I'm not sure why I did this. I also memorized a couple of the shorter books of the Bible for fun and I read those books of compiled facts that were poular before the Internet made them archaic. I guess I thought (at age 9) that it would help me impress girls. Sadly, it had the opposite effect. Even when I set about finding a girl at 21, I made a rough calculation of how rare my perfect mate would be by figuring that I didn't want a smoker and what percentage of girls smoked and that she would be in the upper 1/3 of intelligence and that the perfect girl would be my age plus or minus 5 years and so forth and I came up with the figure that 1/5,000 girls would be perfect for me (which oddly was encouraging to me, because I thought the number would be much higher). Needless to say, this calculation shed very little light on the actual process of finding a mate, but the fact that I felt it necessary to first quantify my seach is indicative of something, but I'm not sure what.
Aug 27, 2016 8:32PM
Aug 28, 2016 3:04AM
Times tables easy..............got to laugh because maths was my weakest subject st school...............many years ago (not saying how many)
Aug 28, 2016 10:03PM
wow i am almost smarter than a fifth grader
Aug 29, 2016 12:18AM
Aug 29, 2016 12:40AM
A++ HUMAN CALCULATOR
Aug 29, 2016 7:32AM
It's a snap!
Aug 29, 2016 4:46PM
It is only a simple math.I'm happy for the result. Thanks
Aug 29, 2016 5:31PM
I had to memorize multiplication tables through 12 in third grade -- never forgot them.I don't know anyone can get by without knowing at least that. Later I added squares through 25, Square root of 2, pi and e are handly numbers to know.
Aug 29, 2016 5:54PM
Aug 30, 2016 1:22AM