Kim's Quiz Number 8

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You will see ten statements. One by one they will disappear. Your challenge is to type out the statements as they go. You will only score a point if you are word perfect. Click 'Start' to begin.

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You don't usually square a number by multiplying it by 2!

99 is the largest two digit number.

Euler was a great Mathematician.

Three times two point five is seven point five.

A scalene triangle has no symmetry.

55-33=22

Subtract the smallest from the largest value to get the range.

There are 12 inches in a foot.

Half a kilogram is 500g.

Six times four is twenty four.

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This is Kim's Quiz Number 8. You can also try:
Quiz 1 Quiz 2 Quiz 3 Quiz 4 Quiz 5 Quiz 6 Quiz 7 Quiz 8

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