# 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.

Write the answer to balance a simple equation - addition, subtraction, multiplication, division → random | |

Convert a given number and unit (meters, grams, and liters) to its equivalent. Example: 1234.0 centimeters to ? decimeters → random easier: narrow conversion range | |

Convert a given number and unit (meters, grams, and liters) to its equivalent. Example: 1234.0 centimeters to ? decimeters → random harder: wide conversion range | |

Choose the correct conversion operation between two units (meters, grams, and liters), and then write the actual answer → random | |

Expand a simple expression with an exponent to its full number → random | |

Expand a more complex expression with an exponent to its full number → random | |

Choose the only factor of a given number → non-random | |

Choose all the factors of a given number → non-random | |

Choose the only factor of a given number in a range from 1 to 100 → random | |

Write all the factors of a given number → random | |

Choose the only multiple of a given number → non-random | |

Choose the only multiple of a given number → random | |

Write the next three multiples to continue a given sequence → non-random | |

Choose all the multiples of a given number → non-random | |

Drag decimal numbers into an ascending sequence → random | |

Drag expressions into an ascending sequence → random | |

Drag fractions into an ascending sequence → random | |

State if a given odd number is a prime number → random | |

Round a given number to its nearest 10 or hundredth, etc. → random | |

Write the next three numbers in a sequence → random easier | |

Write the next three numbers in a sequence → random harder | |

Click to state the number of significant figures a given number has → non-random | |

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*.