Tarax Kor

28-10-2005 00:58:26

Congratulations, you got 10/10 correct!

http://www.blogthings.com/couldyoupasseighthgrademathquiz/

No cheating! (that includes using a calculator or asking anyone for help!)

Devani

28-10-2005 01:13:50

Congratulations, you got 9/10 correct!

http://www.blogthings.com/couldyoupasseighthgrademathquiz/

Kaine Mandaala

09-12-2005 08:31:52

You Passed 8th Grade Math

Congratulations, you got 9/10 correct!

Could You Pass 8th Grade Math?

http://www.blogthings.com/couldyoupasseighthgrademathquiz/

I passed with a 9 as well. There was one question that used a symbol I was unfamiliar with.

Werdna Elbee

09-12-2005 08:42:35

I didn't like this question:

"If .4 < x < 1/2, x could equal: "

The format the answers are in are inaccurate (it's fair to say they are converted to a decimal format for calculation, but not that the value itself is comparable).

But I took the chance: 10/10

"If .4 < x < 1/2, x could equal: "

The format the answers are in are inaccurate (it's fair to say they are converted to a decimal format for calculation, but not that the value itself is comparable).

But I took the chance: 10/10

Kaine Mandaala

09-12-2005 10:41:55

I didn't like this question:

"If .4 < x < 1/2, x could equal: "

The format the answers are in are inaccurate (it's fair to say they are converted to a decimal format for calculation, but not that the value itself is comparable).

But I took the chance: 10/10

Nice. The one I think I got wrong involved the use of this: ^

I don't know what that means in math.

Tarax Kor

09-12-2005 11:23:58

To the power of.

2^2 = 4. And such.

2^2 = 4. And such.

Kaine Mandaala

09-12-2005 13:24:20

To the power of.

2^2 = 4. And such.

Ah now that all makes sense. I'm just used to seeing a superscript 2.

Uzbad

09-12-2005 13:51:00

the ^ is used on most scientific calculators. Maybe thats why it was in the question. Normally it is subscripted, its weird that they didnt.