# Could You Pass The UK Maths Challenge Now?

Only the top set kids could take the Maths Challenge at school, but now is your chance to prove you're a mathematical genius with our test below using real questions from the exam itself.

What are your thoughts on this subject?
Jan Ashbaugh, But it&#39;s 1 minus that no.
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Jul 29, 2024 2:26PM
Isabel Weinberg, I do not know what you answered but the quoted answer is incorrect or the statement of the question is incorrect.
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Jul 1, 2024 4:16PM
Jan Ashbaugh, I agree 3 different numbers would result in 18 being the answer. Just 3 positive integers results in an answer of 19. That is 1 +1+19 =21 /3 =7
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Jul 1, 2024 4:15PM
Basic math and logic. 6/6
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May 27, 2024 6:23PM
Jan Ashbaugh, It was 1 - 0.00001. All the choices are subtractions from 1.
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Jan 29, 2024 4:55PM
Math whiz. For Q 2 unless it is mentioned as three different positive integers, the highest number shall be 19. Question setter either you correct your statement or correct the answer.
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Oct 30, 2023 1:03PM
For #2 they should have said three different numbers. And sorry but 1.00001&gt;1.01?? I think not!
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Oct 3, 2023 4:38PM
Robert Slykhuis, YOU ARE RIGHT !!! The question needs to refrase - and look like this: Three DIFFERENT positive integers have a mean of 7. What is the largest possible integer that could be one of them?
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Aug 21, 2023 5:27AM
6 / 6. Congratulations Einstein - you&#39;re a mathematics whiz! All quite straightforward.
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Jul 29, 2023 1:53PM
I only do metric in whisky bottles
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Jun 12, 2023 1:47PM
Louise Orrock, me too! I don&#39;t see why it couldn&#39;t be 19
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Mar 26, 2023 3:46AM
Robert Slykhuis, I also believe 19 is the right answer
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Mar 26, 2023 3:45AM
5/6. Annoyed with myself that I got the &quot;mean&quot; question wrong. Interesting quiz. Never had questions like this when I was at school 60+ years ago!
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Mar 26, 2023 3:43AM
Robert Samuelson, I&#39;m American and it&#39;s not foreign to me. Try to think globally and accept differences.
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Feb 20, 2023 1:55PM
Craig Story, The answer is correct as given.
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Feb 20, 2023 1:53PM