This quiz includes mathematics as well as basics from history, chemistry, geography and roman numerals. It's my first quiz on here, so I'm happy for any kind of assessment. Have fun! :)
Multiply by the number of days in four years (Hint: mind the leapyear!)?
Multiply with the first even prime?
Multiply 3.141 with ten to the third power and add this to the last result?
'__ Donald's' is a famous fast food restaurant. The two missing letters make up a roman number. Subtract it from the last result?
A famous action film starring Vin Diesel is called '___' and also makes up a roman number. Subtract it one hundred times from the last result. Then subtract the roman number 'M'?
Subtract the number of the year B.C. in which the city of Rome was founded, according to legend?
Add the three digit number that infamously symbolizes satan?
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Subtract this from the year in which the Declaration of Independence was adopted. Write the square root of your result?
There are currently more than 7.2 ______ people on planet earth. Multiply the last result by the left out factor?
Which element is a diamond made up of? Translate its one letter symbol into a roman number and take it to the power of the number of protons it has. Divide by this the last result?
Divide by the 100th power of 2 and multiply with the number of nations with more than 1.5 billion inhabitants there are on earth?
Add together the first ten integers after the last result that are not primes.?
The last result stands for a number of theses against the catholic church, famously formulated in year ____. Write the sum of the digits of this year?
Here's an easy one: The last result, seen as an amount of days, represents how many weeks?
Congratulations, you arrived at the final question. You should be proud of yourself! As a final task, take the sixteenth power of the last result and divide it by sixteen?
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