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Math Trivia: Questions and Answers 
Math Trivia is information or math facts about a particular concept. In this page we have presented you some of the math facts. Answers are given at the end. Kids, parents and teachers can make use of these free printable math trivia or math facts worksheets.
Math facts worksheets include information about numbers such as counting numbers, whole numbers, integers and complex numbers, decimals, fractions, percents, polynomials, geometry concepts such as points, straight lines, circles, triangles, polygons and many more.

Math Facts on Natural numbers:
Natural numbers start at 1 and goes to infinity. The difference between two consecutive integers is 1. In set notation, N = {1, 2, 3, 4, ...} 

Math Facts on Integers:
Integers include natural numbers, negative of a natural numbers and zero. Zero takes the center position. Z = {..., 3, 2, 1, 0, 1, 2, 3, ...} 

Math Trivia on Whole Numbers 1:
Whole numbers are set of natural numbers with an additional element zero. Whole numbers are represented by W. W = {0, 1, 2, 3, ...} 


Math Trivia on Fractions:
Fractions are combination of numerators and denominators. It can be written as recurring or non recurring decimals, terminating or non terminating decimals, or percents. 

Math Trivia on Percent:
Percent is the most important application in math. Learn interesting facts about percent, its relation with fractions and decimals, the way of representation and more. 

Math Facts on Complex Numbers:
Numbers in the form of a + ib, where a and b are real numbers, i = sqrt(1) called as complex number. Learn more about complex numbers here. 


Math Facts on Straight Lines:
Straight lines are collection of infinite number of collinear points. Straight lines never end. Straight lines have no thickness. Learn more facts about straight lines. 

Math Facts on Triangles:
Triangle is a three sided polygon. It can be classified based on sides and angles. Sum of the angles in a triangle equals 180 degree. Find more facts about triangles. 

Math Trivia on Circles:
Math facts worksheet about circles and parts of the circles. Locus of a point equidistant from the fixed point called as circles. 

Math Trivia on Polygons:
Closed figures formed by line segments called as polygons. We classify polygons based on number of sides. 


