Intermediate level test.

Question 1.

I think … has outlived it usefulness.

  1. fractions
  2. algebra
  3. equitations
  4. divisions

Question 2.

I don’t know anyone who can use a … rule.

  1. slipped
  2. calculus
  3. slide
  4. calculating

Question 3.

Trigonometry is a complete … to me.

  1. ambivalence
  2. curiosity
  3. mystery
  4. mediocre

Question 4.

A characteristic is a … part.

  1. logarithmic
  2. autonomous
  3. calculated
  4. definitive

Question 5.
A simple equation involves working with … not decimals.

  1. formulas
  2. oestrogens
  3. obstetrics
  4. fractions

Question 6.

Pye is known as an … number.

  1. incalculable
  2. assessable
  3. infinite
  4. unsolvable

Question 7.

A mantissa is part of a … .

  1. equation
  2. fraction
  3. nucleus
  4. logarithm

Question 8.

Architects use … in their work.

  1. trigonometry
  2. singularity
  3. astronomy
  4. multiplicity

Question 9.

L x B x H is the formula used to calculate the … of a carton.

  1. containment
  2. surface
  3. volume
  4. quietness

Question 10.

The … root of 64 is 4.

  1. square
  2. base
  3. recurring
  4. cube

Question 1.

I think … has outlived its usefulness.– The problem with this one, Bill is that ‘has’ as a singular verb makes it too obvious for Intermediates that a singular/uncountable subject is needed, so the distractors (all plural) are not attractive.

  1. fractions
  2. algebra
  3. equitations
  4. divisions

Question 3.

Trigonometry is a complete … to me.

  1. ambivalence
  2. curiosity
  3. mystery
  4. mediocrity

Question 4.

A characteristic is a(n) … part.-- I have no idea what the answer is. This is a math question, not an English question. Some of the others are, too.

  1. logarithmic
  2. autonomous
  3. calculated
  4. definitive

Question 6.

Pi is an … number.

  1. incalculable
  2. assessable
  3. infinite
  4. unsolvable

Question 7.

A mantissa is part of a(n) … .-- Again, I don’t know what a ‘mantissa’ is. If I don’t, it is not a fair question for an intermediate student.

  1. equation
  2. fraction
  3. nucleus
  4. logarithm

:slight_smile: That’s why logarithms have outlived their usefulness !