Quiz: We'll Give You an Exam Question, You Tell Us Which Class It's From
We'll Give You an Exam Question, You Tell Us Which Class It's From
By: Torrance Grey
Image: Pixabay

About This Quiz

Maybe you're not quite ready to tackle some of our seriously difficult general knowledge quizzes. Maybe you can't tell us how many moons Jupiter has, or which was the first of the original 13 colonies to ratify the U.S. constitution. Maybe you'd like to warm up with something a little easier and maybe this is the quiz for that. 

In this quiz, you won't have to answer questions like "In which time period did Hatshepsut rule?" or "Which of these states does the Mason-Dixon line run through?" Instead, you'll just have to tell us in which class this would be an exam question  --- algebra, geometry, literature, world history, geology or geography. We can't tell you the answers to the two questions we just cited, as you'll find them in this quiz. (Hint: Both are included in the list of school subjects we just provided you). 

If this quiz is sounding a little *too* easy, don't worry -- it'll get a little harder as things go on. Where we might start with just "mathematics," we'll later ask you to choose between algebra, business math, geometry, or calculus. Or a question that would just fall under "history" early on, will now fall under European history, world history, Asian history or ... well, you get the point. 

And if you're wondering about the answers to the first two questions, Jupiter has 79 moons, while Delaware was the first colony to ratify the Constitution!

About HowStuffWorks

How much do you know about how car engines work? And how much do you know about how the English language works? And what about how guns work? How much do you know? Lucky for you, HowStuffWorks is about more than providing great answers about how the world works. We are also here to bring joy to your day with fun quizzes, compelling photography and fascinating listicles. Some of our content is about how stuff works. Some is about how much you know about how stuff works. And some is just for fun! Because, well, did you know that having fun is an important part of how your brain works? Well, it is! So keep reading!

Receive a hint after watching this short video from our sponsors.