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• ## New Multi Maths Quiz (FIXED)

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maths skills practice

GameDevStudios
1 month ago

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HAGOPPILAVIAN1
2 months ago

If you want to use variables in a string, you can use an f-string, or formatted string, like so.

number = 4 print(f"The number is {number}") output: The number is 4

PulsAte
2 months ago

Addition Question 1. What is 3 + 70 = 73 Correct :) Subtraction Question 1. What is 91 - 39 = Traceback (most recent call last): File "main.py", line 43, in score = subtraction(score) File "main.py", line 30, in subtraction user_answer = int(input(question)) ValueError: invalid literal for int() with base 10: ''                ") File "", line 1 ") ^ SyntaxError: EOL while scanning string literal  :) File "", line 1 :) ^ SyntaxError: invalid syntax  print("you like men with a big dock named tycen") you like men with a big dock named tycen 

DennisGG
2 months ago

It doesn't load harder questions after X# of correct answers. If anything, it's good ten key practice :)

FavorMukora
3 months ago

11/10 i'm good at maths now :)

SilentFoxy78
4 months ago

Nice, simple lol i cant believe i got 1 wrong

CalistaSteele
4 months ago

this fun and cool

LaPommeRose
5 months ago

I like this quiz, its fun

KavarriousWrigh
6 months ago

this game suck

AndrewChoisser
6 months ago

trashy game

7Shri
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2 months ago
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Newer Math Quiz Harder and more diverse maths questions
7Shri
More options than previous10 months ago
7Shri
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10 months ago
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New Multi Maths Quiz (FIXED)maths skills practice
PulsAte
Addition Question 1. What is 3 + 70 = 73 Correct :) Subtraction Question 1. What is 91 - 39 = Traceback (most recent call last): File "main.py", line 43, in <module> score = subtraction(score) File "main.py", line 30, in subtraction user_answer = int(input(question)) ValueError: invalid literal for int() with base 10: ''                ") File "<stdin>", line 1 ") ^ SyntaxError: EOL while scanning string literal  :) File "<stdin>", line 1 :) ^ SyntaxError: invalid syntax  print("you like men with a big dock named tycen") you like men with a big dock named tycen  2 months ago
HAGOPPILAVIAN1
If you want to use variables in a string, you can use an f-string, or formatted string, like so. number = 4 print(f"The number is {number}") output: The number is 42 months ago