For each question, select the numbered tiles which satisfy the statement.

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Question 1 of 5

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prime numbers

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

11

12

13

14

15

16

17

18

19

20

21

22

23

24

25

26

Question 2 of 5

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square numbers

36

148

360

216

81

64

169

25

48

Question 3 of 5

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numbers with 3 letters when written out in English

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

Question 4 of 5

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numbers divisible by 7

21

56

91

103

124

154

176

203

Question 5 of 5

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numbers in the Fibonacci sequence

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

11

12

13

14

15

16

17

18

19

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Stewart

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Level 67

Dec 17, 2019

This is a new quiz format which will be available to all users soon. See more on the original quiz here!

Dia4PL

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Level 3

Jun 26, 2020

Stewart please Quiz real me Arabi

Arp2600

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Level 80

Dec 21, 2019

I was deceived by the "evenly divisible" question. I thought you asked for even multiples of 7, thus multiples of 14... Anyway, I think "evenly divisible" is redundant. The notion of divisibility requires that the result is integer...

Stewart

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Level 67

Dec 21, 2019

Updated now. I only added that in anticipation of people complaining that "all numbers are divisible by 7, since you didn't specify the result has to be an integer". Anyway.

Albert2002

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Level 61

Feb 15, 2020

In that case, you could also argue that every number is a square number since you can take the square root of every number. But in number theory that is not how you define it, so it is not necessary to mention. PS: you could add some negative values for the multiples of 7 if you want to make it more challenging.

Magyar19

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Level 56

Mar 23, 2020

Perhaps "perfect square" is more specific to the squares of integers. Also, one would just have to ignore the minus sign since in that case it is the absolute value that matters

Arp2600

+4

Level 80

Dec 22, 2019

Well those people would be wrong (and certainly not aware of ring theory ;) ).

PantsLobbyist

+4

Level 88

Jun 22, 2020

"Divides evenly" and 'evenly divisible" are very common mathematical terms meaning those numbers which are divisible by the number in question (7) and another integer (or whole number).

someone2018

+1

Level 81

Jun 24, 2020

All those thousands of hours of math class and homework in grammar school through high school were wasted on potential nitpickers then.

MayaB

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Level 68

Mar 4, 2020

All was going well until I reached the final question. I've heard of the Fibonacci sequence, but I don't know how it is constructed. Still a very good use of the new format.

RogerMellie

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Level 27

Jun 27, 2020

It's actually very easy if you know what it is. The actual sequence is 1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, 21, 34, 55, 89... do you see the pattern?

Sp1r1tFlam3

+3

Level 22

Apr 15, 2020

One wrong! Nominated.

pandabros

+1

Level 27

Jun 20, 2020

I GOT EVERYTHING RIGHT YAYYY!! Great quiz! I nominated!

Jato3

+1

Level 61

Jun 22, 2020

Yesssssssss, finally another tile select quiz featured! Congrats Stewart!

Fuse

+1

Level 61

Jun 22, 2020

After some weeks... This quiz has gotten featured. Well done Stewart!!

DannyWozza

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Level 87

Jun 22, 2020

Arrgghh, I got one wrong as I chose 9 as having three letters when written out in word form as I believed it was after words with three different letters i.e. 9 has three different letters (N, I, E) whereas it was obviously just asking for three letter words!

Tomasmental

+1

Level 88

Jun 22, 2020

perfect score and 2:57 left.

sprig3

+2

Level 76

Jun 23, 2020

Grrr, why sicks have tre letters!

ThatOneGuy25

+1

Level 51

Jun 23, 2020

Bruhhhhhhh, I got 99%

scherre

+1

Level 53

Jun 24, 2020

I selected 2 as being prime and it was marked incorrect :(

tourwoorden

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Level 67

Jun 26, 2020

Same, I thought I was wrong, but Wikipedia says 2 is a prime number. Hope it'll be corrected.
EDIT: I took the quiz again and now it was alright. Maybe I just misremembered whether I clicked 2 the first time, I really thought I did though.

johnappleseed

+1

Level 33

Jun 25, 2020

all rightðŸ‘Œ

giommaso

+1

Level 54

Jun 25, 2020

Nice quiz!

Naaate

+1

Level 69

Jun 25, 2020

Gaahhh! The only one I missed was "two". Love the format though.

hooray

+1

Level 20

Jun 25, 2020

Woah. Now THAT was stunning. I salute you as a quiz maker!

EnlightWolif

+1

Level 36

Jun 25, 2020

I like this

Yoshimano

+1

Level 50

Jun 25, 2020

Aaargh only failed to recognize 2 as a prime number -_-''

11level360

+1

Level 41

Jun 25, 2020

Easy, I think most of the people out there used a calculator/google though ( because they're dumb JK ).

bebn123

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Level 52

Jun 26, 2020

Absolutely LOVED this quiz, dude! Hoping for a sequel some time in the future.

tony374

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Level 30

Jun 26, 2020

This quiz was dope. Really made you think on your feet.

ander217

+1

Level 78

Jun 26, 2020

I am so impressed by people who really understand mathematics. I'm more of a "2 + 2 = 5" kind of girl.

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