Practice your math skills regularly by solving the Math Madness Quiz Questions and keep them strong enough to ace your college admissions exams! MATH MADNESS QUIZ QUESTION Caitlin is Abdul’s neighbor. She saw what Abdul did to his yard last week and wanted to make her yard more colorful too. She decided to plant cherry blossoms in the perimeter of her yard. Each cherry blossom needs to have a 2.5’ radius of space to grow and Caitlin doesn’t want any extra space between them once they’ve fully grown. The back wall of… Continue Reading

Regular practice will keep your math skills always at their best! Continue to keep your math skills super strong by practicing this week’s Math Madness Brain Buster. MATH MADNESS QUIZ QUESTION Abdul is landscaping his yard. The back fence is 34 feet wide and the depth of the backyard is 18 feet. He has a perimeter of plants in his backyard that comes in two feet from the fence. If Abdul wants to put grass in the remaining portion of his backyard, and the grass is sold at a rate of $12/sqft, how… Continue Reading

Regular practice will keep your math skills always at their best. Continue to keep your math skills strong by practicing this week’s Math Madness Brain Buster. MATH MADNESS QUIZ QUESTION In the equation t = x-a, if x has the value of 4, which of the following can be considered as possibly true? A) t = 1/16 B) t = 4a C) t = √4a D) t-a = 12 E) None of the above Stay tuned for the solution! PREVIOUS MATH MADNESS SOLUTION(S) Solution for last week’s… Continue Reading

Practice a variety of math problems to keep your math skills at their best. This week, fine-tune your geometry skills by working on the problems below! Points A and C lie on a circle with center R. The circle has a radius of 18 centimeters. The measure of ∠ARC is 90°. What is the length, in centimeters, of minor arc AC? A) 36π B) 26π C) 14π D) 9π E) Cannot be determined Can you find the total circumference of the circle based on the information given? A) 36π B) 104π C)… Continue Reading

Regular practice will keep your math skills always at their best. Continue to keep your math skills strong by practicing this week’s Math Madness Brain Buster from Geometry! In a competition, contestants must fill up a rectangular container with a green liquid using a cone-shaped cup. The diameter of the opening of the cup is 4 inches and it is 5 inches tall. If the container is 3.5 feet wide, has a depth of 3 feet, and is 2 feet tall, what is the minimum number of times that they will need to fill… Continue Reading