Thursday, 11 December 2008

Fun Online Poll Results: Everyone's a winner!

Fifty people* responded to this week's brain teaser:

Here's a follow-up question from a GCSE maths paper:

Write five thousand four hundred and twenty four in figures (34%)
Write 41,980 to the nearest thousand (34%)
Write down the value of the 7 in the number 25,750 (24%)
Write the number 7,180 in words (8%)

In true Nulabour fashion, everybody gets an A-star grade for their Maths GSCE!

All the options given were taken from a recent GSCE paper, according to James Barlow** in the comments to the previous GCSE question, so whatever you clicked, you get a prize.

* Thanks to Obo for linking.

** If you don't believe me (yes, I mean you, Prodicus), take it up with him personally.


Anonymous said...

Draft question:
Supply the punchline to "There are 10 sorts of people in the world:....".

Unknown said...

Draft answer:

"Those that understand binary and those that do not".