## What are math questions?

1.2 Mathematical questions. A question is a sentence worded or expressed so as to elicit information.

**How do you answer a math question?**

Here are four steps to help solve any math problems easily:

- Read carefully, understand, and identify the type of problem.
- Draw and review your problem.
- Develop the plan to solve it.
- Solve the problem.

### What are some easy math questions?

Easy Math Trivia

- What is the perimeter of a circle called? Show answer.
- What is the square root of 144?
- Can Pi be written as a fraction?
- What is 64 divided by 8?
- Which number is greater, a googol, or a quadrillion?
- How many sides does a nonagon have?
- Are all sides equal in an Isosceles triangle?
- What is five squared?

**Where can I ask math questions?**

Ask an Expert

- Ask Dr. Math – This is probably the best resource out there for anyone wanting an answer to a math question.
- Ask MathNerds.com – A large group of math experts have banded together to provide this excellent service.
- Gomath.com – This site has tutors available to answer your math questions for free.

#### What is the most common math question?

5 Most Frequently Asked Maths Questions

- Finding x and y intercepts of an equation. It’s easy to identify the x and y intercepts on a graph, but students frequently struggle to find them using only the equation.
- Finding the equation of a parabola.
- Solving quadratic inequalities.
- Checking your solutions.

**How do I ask math questions on Google?**

Tap the “Lens” icon from the right side of the search bar.

- Next, swipe over to “Homework” in the bottom toolbar.
- Point your device’s camera at the math problem you want to solve, making sure the problem is inside the frame.
- First, double-check that the question at the top of the card is correct.

## What is the hardest math question in the world?

53 + 47 = 100 : simples? But those itching for their Good Will Hunting moment, the Guinness Book of Records puts Goldbach’s Conjecture as the current longest-standing maths problem, which has been around for 257 years. It states that every even number is the sum of two prime numbers: for example, 53 + 47 = 100.