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- 1. Rules: 1.Direct Question to Teams A-F then next round Anticlockwise 2. If the team answers the right gets 10 points. 10 points on pass too. 3. 4th round will be open to all. 4. 5th round(Last Round) will be played among four top team only. Last round- Quizzer Round Rules of the game
- 2. CLOCKWISE A-F
- 3. This book is loosely based on the relationship of two persons.
- 4. Srinivasa Ramanujam and G H Hardy
- 5. Connect
- 6. Connect is Pythagoras. Pythagoras theorem and Bust of Pythagoras.
- 7. He was a Greek mathematician and engineer who was active in his native city of Alexandria. He is known to us for a very famous formula.
- 8. Heron’s Formula for the Area of Triangle. s(s-a)(s-b)(s-c)
- 9. This is the statue of a Greek mathematician. He is called Father of Geometry.
- 10. Euclid
- 11. John -----------, was an English logician and philosopher noted for introducing the ---------- diagram, used in the fields of set theory, probability, logic, statistics, and computer science.
- 12. John Venn of Venn Diagram
- 13. Lilavati लीलावती is Indian mathematician Bhāskara II's treatise on mathematics, written in 1150. It is the first volume of his main work Siddhānta Shiromani, alongside Bijaganita, Grahaganita and Golādhyāya. Why Bhaskarachrya named his work as Leelavati.
- 14. Leelavati was the name of the daughter of Bhasker II. He named his treatise on the name of his daughter.
- 15. ANTI-CLOCKWISE F-A
- 16. Why these coins which are no more, used to be called “Chawanni”?
- 17. Earlier 1 Re was used to be of 16 anne and this was one fourth of Re. i.e. 4 Anne, so it was called Chawanni(4 anne).
- 18. What is 800 in the Maruti 800?
- 19. Capacity of Engine in terms of Volume of Cylinder. 800 cc= 800 cubic cm.
- 20. Π-Day is celebrated on 14th March. Why 14th march?
- 21. The value of Pi=3.14 when written in the MM/DD Date format, it is 14th March.
- 22. The term for 10 100 i.e. 1 followed by 100 zeros has given name of very famous thing in this world we live?
- 23. 0.7, 0.5, 0.3 What is 0.3, 0.5 and 0.7 variant of a ball point pen?
- 24. The diameter in mm (0.5 mm etc) of ball used in the pen.
- 25. In a petridish bacteria are multiplying in such a manner that they are becoming double each day. The dish is full in 30 days. How many days it took to half fill the dish.
- 26. 29 Days
- 27. CLOCKWISE A-F
- 28. A={1,2,3,4} No. of all possible subsets.
- 29. 16 subsets- 2n , where n is the number of element. n=4 and 24 =16.
- 30. It is also said that Karl Pearson, who introduced the term in 1891, derived the name from "historical diagram”. It is graphical representation of the distribution of data. It is an estimate of the probability distribution of a continuous variable (quantitative variable).
- 31. Histogram
- 32. What shape you will get if you draw, using pencil at extreme of the rope continuously?
- 33. Ellipse
- 34. A sunny bright day. You are in a playground field playing cricket. A lamp post is there. You want to know the height of pole. You have with you measuring tape also. How can you know the height of lamp post without climbing on the lamp post. You are in no way able to reach the top of pole.
- 35. You can measure the length of shadow. And at the same time measure length of your own shadow or shadow of the stump etc. Measure your own height or the height of stump whatever you have used. Use the ratio- You Know three of them you can calculate 4th. Height of stump Length of shadow of stump = Height of Lamp post Length of shadow of lamp post
- 36. 20 cm A B C D 40 cm F G H E ABCD is rectangle. E, F , G and H are mid points. Find the area of Diamond EFGH.
- 37. Area of the Diamond will be half of the area of rectangle. Area of Rectangle40x20=800 cm2 Area of Diamond= 400 cm2
- 38. Suppose the dimension of this hall is 10mx5mx4m. What will be the Volume of Oxygen in this room in m3. Approx.
- 39. Volume of Oxygen = 21% of Volume of Hall. Volume of Hall is 10x5x4=200 m3 Volume of Oxygen= 21% of 200= 42 m3.
- 40. OPEN TO ALL +10/-5
- 41. They are a form of numeral used for counting. They are most useful in counting or matching ongoing results, such as the score in a game or sport. Notched sticks, known as --------sticks, were also historically used for this purpose.
- 42. Tally or Tally Marks
- 43. 100 Km 60 Km/hr 40Km/hr 120 Km/hr Both the ships are moving towards each other and at the same time a bird start flying from one ship and reaches the other ship and returns back and again to the other ship. It continues doing to and fro till the ship come close to each other. What will be the distance covered by the bird in this duration.
- 44. Ans- 120 Km. The Ship will reach close to each other in 1hr (100/60+40). The Distance covered by bird in 1 hr will be 120 Km as the speed of bird is 120 Km/hr.
- 45. You have 9 identical balls but one is little heavier. You have to identify the heavier ball in just two attempts using the simple balance.
- 46. Divide the ball in group of 3 each. There are 3 such group. Put 2 each on the pan and see. If both are equal then heavier ball group is left outside. If it is on one of pan it will indicate by swinging the beam that side. You are having now a set of 3 balls to identify the heavier ball. Divide the ball in three of 1 each. Put 1 each on pan and 1 with you. Do the same to know which is heavier.
- 47. You are given a plate of gold and a wire of copper. You are allowed to cut that portion of gold plate that will be enclosed by the given copper wire. In what shape you will put the copper wire on gold plate to get maximum amount of gold.
- 48. Put the wire in form of circle. If the perimeter is constant the maximum are will be covered by the polygon with higher no. of sides. Here circle is having infinite number of sides. So maximum area.
- 49. Sieve of------------------------. What is the use?
- 50. Sieve of Eratosthenes for finding Prime Numbers.
- 51. Rule of this Round: One of you will be the Quiz master 1. Time is 60 Second 2. 5 Questions to be attempted. 3. You are not supposed to read the Answers or part of the answer appearing on the slide as clue 4. You can give any no. of hints/ clue whatever you can think of that your partner may be able to understand 5. Your partner can take only 2 attempts on a particular Question. i.e. One wrong attempt is OK. 6. 4 points for each right answers(attempt). 5 Bonus if you do all 5 right. Total point on stake is 25.
- 52. SAMPLE 1. Circle 2. Diagonal 3. Algebra 4. Inch 5. Perimeter
- 53. 1.Rhombus 2. Radian 3. Miles 4. Parallel 5. Pie Chart 1
- 54. 1. Parabola 2. Theta 3. Centriod 4. Mega 5. Pound 2
- 55. 1. Micron 2. Prime 3.Pentagon 4. Ratio 5. Tangent 3
- 56. 4 1. Statistics 2. Histogram 3. Hypotenuse 4. % (Percent) 5. Diameter

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