Take part in our holiday maths quiz

Fancy a little challenge? Why not have a go at our short Maths quiz provided by Batemans supporter Chris Glover?

You can access the answers via the link at the bottom of this page.


1.   I think of a number, subtract 10 and then multiply the answer by 3. The result is the number I first thought of.

What was that number?


2.   What are the next 2 terms in this sequence?

     1, 3, 4, 7, 11, 18, …………


3.   1012 – 992 =


4. How many different 3-digit numbers can be written down using the digits 3,5 and 7 if repetition of a digit is not permitted?


5. As question 4 but 4-digit numbers using 3, 5, 7, 9 with no repetition.


6. As question 5, but this time repetition is allowed.


7.  A regular tetrahedron is a solid with 4 identical faces. What is the shape of each face?


8.  The line where two faces of a polyhedron meet, is called an edge. How many edges does a regular tetrahedron have?


Find out the answers here.