# I Don't Have A Good Name For This Yet!

This set of problems is a recent idea of mine. I don't have a good name for it yet and hence the title. I wanted to take some multiple choice questions that didn't have a numerical answer and share them with all of you.

My original idea was to take $20$ problems of various topics and put them into a set. $16$ of those questions were supposed to be multiple choice questions and every $5$th problem was supposed to have a numerical answer and they were like check-points. This set of problems you have before you is sort of like a demo of what's to come. I put $8$ problems instead of $20$. If this proves to be popular, I'll do it in a regular basis.

As you can see, this set-format has no name yet. I'd love the community to suggest me names for this.

This is a very rushed note. I'm rushing this because one of the problems leaked before [thanks to @Calvin Lin for that]. It was called Integer Pythagoras. If you liked that problem, I believe you'll like the others. Since this is very rushed, I haven't been able to post the solutions to all of the problems.

Comment, share your ideas and offer me feedback.

Thanks!

Mursalin.

Note by Mursalin Habib
6 years, 9 months ago

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dimensionally independent equalities.

- 4 years, 9 months ago

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Miscellaneous

- 5 years, 4 months ago

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Thanx got to learn a lot

- 5 years, 10 months ago

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And thank you for trying the problems out!

- 5 years, 10 months ago

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Keep the good work up

- 5 years, 10 months ago

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Yay! I could Solve 8!

- 5 years, 11 months ago

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Judge....Ponder ... Answer...

One title which I think would be suitable @Mursalin Habib

- 6 years ago

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Very good collection of problems for the MULTIPLE SCENARIOS section

- 6 years ago

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"Mursalin's Mesmerizing Multiple Choice" :P

- 6 years, 9 months ago

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@Mursalin Habib I would like this to have the title given by you......

- 6 years, 8 months ago

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Here are some suggestions for titles

1) Confused? Stumped? Try your luck!
2) Think you know math? Think again.
3) MCQ is not as easy as 1-2-3.
4) How well do you know math?
5) Can you think mathematically?
6) Counterexamples in mathematics.
7) Can you separate the truth from the lies?

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I really like 3 and 7. Thanks!

- 6 years, 9 months ago

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@Mursalin Habib Your idea is popular & tell me that you are going to do this more from now on. I like your idea by the way$\dots$

- 6 years, 9 months ago

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Ooops.

I loved this set. The problems in them certainly make you think carefully about what you know.

I think 8 problems is a good stopping place, as that also allows you to judge what people like and adjust from there.

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