Q: What mathematical symbol did math whiz Ferdinand von Lindemann
determine to be a transcendental number in 1882?
Q: What do you call an angle more than 90 degrees and less than
Q: What's the top number of a fraction called?
A: The numerator.
Q: What Greek math whiz noticed that the morning star and evening
star were one and the same, in 530 B.C.?
Q: What's a polygon with four unequal sides called?
A: A quadrilateral.
Q: What's a flat image that can be displayed in three dimensions?
A: A hologram.
Q: What number does "giga" stand for?
A: One billion.
Q: What digit did Arab mathematician al-Khwarizmi give to the
West around 800 B/B.?
Q: What word describes a number system with a base of two?
Q: How many equal sides does an icosahedron have?
Q: What do mathematicians call a regular polygon with eight
A: An octagon.
Q: What T-word is defined in geometry as "a straight line
that touches a curve but continues on with crossing it"?
Q: What geometrical shape forms the hole that fits and allen
A: The hexagon.
Q: What number is an improper fraction always greater than?
Q: What two letters are both symbols for 1,000?
A: K and M.
Q: What's short for "binary digit"?
Q: What century did mathematicians first use plus and minus
A: The sixteenth.
Q: What number, a one followed by 100 zeros, was first used by
nine-year-old Milton Sirotta in 1940?
Q: What handy mathematical instrument's days were numbered when
the pocket calculator made the scene in the 1970s?
A: The Slide rule's.