Indices Multiple Choice Topic Test

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Indices Multiple Choice Topic Test

Test your understanding of indices with this ten question, self-marking multiple choice exercise.

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Here are 10 Indices multiple choice questions written by people from around the world while using the main Pentransum activity. You can earn a Transum Trophy for answering at least 9 of them correctly.

1. Add four squared to three cubed.

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2. Dylan the dragon had so many sheep for dinner he forgot how many he ate, for some reason he knows its a cube number bigger than 25 but lower than 30

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This question was suggested by Joe in cooperation with Dylan, Risedale Sports and Community college

3. What power do you need to raise 4 to, to give the answer of 256?

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This question was suggested by Year 10 Llantarnam school, Wales

4. What number is 10 to the power of 2

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This question was suggested by Charlotte Battista, St. Peters Middle School

5. What is 15 − 12 ?

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6. If 2y + 3y = 13, what is the value of y?

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7. One million can be written as:

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8. What is 14 cubed?

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This question was suggested by Mrs Hogg, Berkley Normal Middle School, Hamilton, NZ

9. What is 2 to the power of 5?

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This question was suggested by Matthew, St Thomas, Kambah, ACT

10. Which is the median of the numbers, 72, 17, 71, 23 and 32?

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