Number theory test

This number theory test will generate 25 questions from a pool of 40 well chosen questions.

You need to answer 20 questions correctly to pass the test.This is the same as a score of 80%.

The test will cover the following basic and important topics. These topics came from the lessons found on the number theory unit

Number theory test
  • Multiples
  • Factor
  • Greatest common factor
  • Least common multiple
  • Counting factors
  • Prime number
  • Divisibility rules


Keep in mind the followings:

You have an hour to complete the test. This is more than enough if you know what you are doing.

No answers will be provided. If you don't pass, review the lessons found on the number theory unit.

For some questions, you will need paper and pencil to solve the problem.

Don't use a calculator.

You can take the test an unlimited amount of times.




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