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Mathematics may have been a class that you dreaded in high school. But if you can remember what was taught, you can ace this quiz! You'll need to remember all of the concepts, equations and terms used in high school mathematics. You'll need the basics, but you'll also need to know the concepts in depth. Think you have what it takes?

Do you know how to find the area of shapes like rectangles or squares? Do you know what the system of equations is? Do you know whatÂ the correct format for quadratic equations is? If you could answer any of these questions, then can you tell us how many sides a chiliagon has? Channel your inner Einstein in order to pass this quiz!

Do you know how to calculate the volume of an object? Can you name the process for when something is moved or flipped, creating a different shape? Do you know what the value of Pi is? If you could answer these, then you're well on your way to getting a great score.

If you think you're the best student in high school mathematics, then it's time to prove it. Take the quiz to see if you're the star student!

The correct formula for volume is length x width x height. It's one of the more simple equations in mathematics!

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There is no such thing as a pinhole graph. The other graphs are used as efficient ways to display information and data through visual means.

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A linear equation results in a straight line along a graph. It's easy to remember, as linear means "straight line".

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A chiliagon has 1,000 sides, but that's not even the largest amount of sides possible. Have you ever heard of a Googolgon? There are 10 to the power of 100 sides on that shape!

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This is true. Circumference is used in relation to the outside of a circle. For other shapes, this is referred to as perimeter.

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Exponents are found at the top right corner of a number. They are used to indicate that a number must be multiplied by itself that many times.

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In order to qualify as a polygon, a shape must be made from straight lines. Aside from this, there's only one more requirement which is to be an enclosed shape.

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The correct equation is axÂ²+bx+c=0. The equation is filled in with the appropriate values and solved, although there is one thing that you must always keep in mind. In order for the equation to quadratic, "a" must be any other value than 0.

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A shape is called congruent when it can be moved and creates a different shape. If any other alterations are made it, it is no longer considered to be congruent.

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This is true. This term is very commonly used in mathematics to describe certain things like shapes and other objects. It can also be used outside of mathematics as well!

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This is an example of something that is symmetrical. It is even possible to find symmetry in our everyday lives where we may least expect it.

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The number one is not a prime number, as prime numbers must be of a greater value than one itself. The other numbers are.

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Triangles are the primary focus in trigonometry. The process often involves solving for missing angles given the value of one angle.

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All angles of a triangle add up to 180 degrees. This can also be solved through the use of sine, cosine and tangent methods.

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This is true. BEDMAS is known as the order of operations. The entire acronym as a whole stands for: brackets, exponents, division, multiplication, addition and subtraction.

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The correct way to find an area of a rectangle is length x width. This also works for squares as well, but other shapes use different methods for this.

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To get the area of a circle, you need the diameter and the radius. Multiply these two values together along with the value of pi and you'll have the area of the shape.

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Pi is known to have a value of 3.14159, although there is a lot more where that came from! It's most commonly simplified down to 3.14 so that it's easier to remember and use.

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A right angle is always at 90 degrees. Four lines at 90-degree angles is how you would make a square or a rectangle.

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This is true. In mathematics, this is a connection between lines. It commonly takes place on a graph or plane.

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The perimeter is the outside of a shape. Often in math, it's important to be able to find the perimeter of a shape by adding all of the sides together.

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The "m" in the equation stands for the slope of the line. The slope applies to any graph that utilizes a straight line on the plane.

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Velocity is needed to solve this problem. Distance is also needed, as they both have an impact on the time it would ultimately take to get to a destination.

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The opposite of a convex polygon is concave. The difference is that a concave polygon has lines that go inward toward the middle of the polygon.

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This is true. Parallel lines stick beside each other to the very end, and never cross one another. You could even say that they're best friends!

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The horizontal line on the bottom of the graph is the x-axis. The vertical line is known as the y-axis. Both work together in order to display data in an efficient way.

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The letter "x" is an example of a variable. It is most commonly found in equations, typically beside other parts such as numbers.

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Three polynomials are called trinomials. This refers to three different values within an equation that are known as variables.

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Integers are whole numbers that can also be negative. If there is a decimal in the number, it cannot be considered an integer. For example, 7 is an integer but 7.5 is not.

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This is false. An obtuse angle is the opposite. It is larger than 90 degrees, while an acute angle is the one that is smaller.

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The system of equations is used to find the unknown values in an equation. For example, solving for x or y is to solve for an unknown value.

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A parabola takes on the shape of a curve. The curve can be facing any way, according to where the coordinates fall on the graph.

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The missing word is "mode." These terms are important in math as they are typically applied to a series of numbers. For example, the median is the middle number in the set.

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Polygons are used in tessellations. This is a common practice in math class, as in order to make a proper tessellation, the shapes must all be touching one another with a perfect fit.

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The hypotenuse is the angle opposite the right angle in a triangle. It will always be the longest side on the triangle, so long as it's a right angle triangle.

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