Kim's Quiz Number 4

Elephant Eye
An Elephant Never Forgets!

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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5 miles is about 8km

Seven eights are fifty six

A rhombus is a member a the quadrilateral family

There are 24 hours in a day

There are 10mm in a centimetre

A pentagon has five sides

19 is a prime number

Five squared is twenty five

Trapeziums tessellate

A square has four equal sides

Statement 1: Correct Wrong

Statement 2: Correct Wrong

Statement 3: Correct Wrong

Statement 4: Correct Wrong

Statement 5: Correct Wrong

Statement 6: Correct Wrong

Statement 7: Correct Wrong

Statement 8: Correct Wrong

Statement 9: Correct Wrong

Statement 10: Correct Wrong

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

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