Friday, October 23, 2015

Mr. B's Brain-O Quiz # 30


Mr. B’s “BRAIN-O” Quiz
Guaranteed to unclog clogged up brains!
NAME:__________________ DATE:____________ PERIOD:_______
Directions: Carefully read and answer the following questions.  Print your answer clearly in the box next to each question.  Questions are worth one million nano bonus points each.  However, if you get all five correct, we will double the points for a total of ten million nano bonus points.

When you are riding your bicycle to school, is there a part of the bicycle that is not moving?


Find two whole numbers that have the same product and quotient (give the same answer when multiplied together or when one is divided by the other).


What is the smallest number that when divided by each of the digits 1 through 9 leaves no remainder?


Gravity on the Moon is only 1/6th as strong as it is on the Earth.  If you made a little space suit for a pigeon, could the pigeon fly faster, slower, or the same speed on the Moon as it does on Earth?


In a gaggle of geese and a flock of sheep, there are 98 eyes and 162 legs. How many geese and how many sheep are there?

Each problem that I solved became a rule,
which served afterwards to solve other problems.

- Rene Descartes

WARNING: For Educational Purposes Only.
Please do not attempt to answer any of these questions
unless you are willing to learn something.
Answers will be posted on Monday.


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