﻿ Mathematics quiz index

# Mathematics quiz index

Note: The quizzes are in roughly ascending order of difficulty for each topic. So, for example, Factors 3 is more difficult than Factors 1.

Some quizzes are identified as non-random. This means that there is a limited number of questions, which are generally organised in ascending order of difficulty.

Other quizzes are identified as random. They have an infinite number of questions and no order of difficulty.

 Arithmetic Write the answer to balance a simple equation - addition, subtraction, multiplication, division → random Conversion 1 Convert a given number and unit (meters, grams, and liters) to its equivalent. Example: 1234.0 centimeters to ? decimeters → random easier: narrow conversion range Conversion 2 Convert a given number and unit (meters, grams, and liters) to its equivalent. Example: 1234.0 centimeters to ? decimeters → random harder: wide conversion range Conversion 3 Choose the correct conversion operation between two units (meters, grams, and liters), and then write the actual answer → random Exponents 1 Expand a simple expression with an exponent to its full number → random Exponents 2 Expand a more complex expression with an exponent to its full number → random Factors 1 Choose the only factor of a given number → non-random Factors 2 Choose all the factors of a given number → non-random Factors 3 Choose the only factor of a given number in a range from 1 to 100 → random Factors 4 Write all the factors of a given number → random Multiples 1 Choose the only multiple of a given number → non-random Multiples 2 Choose the only multiple of a given number → random Multiples 3 Write the next three multiples to continue a given sequence → non-random Multiples 4 Choose all the multiples of a given number → non-random Ordering numbers 1 Drag decimal numbers into an ascending sequence → random Ordering numbers 2 Drag expressions into an ascending sequence → random Ordering numbers 3 Drag fractions into an ascending sequence → random Prime Numbers State if a given odd number is a prime number → random Rounding Round a given number to its nearest 10 or hundredth, etc. → random Sequence completion 1 Write the next three numbers in a sequence → random easier Sequence completion 2 Write the next three numbers in a sequence → random harder Significant figures Click to state the number of significant figures a given number has → non-random Word Problems 1 Drag a language expression into its corresponding operation → non-random

Note: The quizzes are formatted in such a way as to be usable in the classroom on a Smartboard.