Here you can find a compilation of the questions that were sent to *matematica.pt* through the Contact page. The most interesting ones have been selected (with slight adaptations) and it is listed here not only the question as the answer.

- What does a prime number consists in?
- Are all the squares rectangles?
- What is a modulus of a number?
- Are all the squares rhombuses?
- Is zero an even number?
- Circumference and circle: Are they the same?
- Why does every number raised to the power of zero equal one?
- What is an even function?
- What is a regular polygon?
- What is an odd function?
- What are divisible criteria?
- I have difficulty in the times table, can you help me?
- What is a rational number?
- What is the difference between a convex and a non-convex polygon?
- What is the difference between an internal and an external angle?
- Natural logarithm and Napierian logarithm: Are they the same thing?
- How much time does 1 million seconds correspond to?
- What is a fractional number?
- Why can’t we divide a number by zero?
- What is a trigonometric circle?
- Are weight and mass the same thing?
- What is the slope of a straight line?
- How many zeros are there in a billion?
- What is a check digit?
- Was Mathematics invented or found?
- Why does a circle measure 360 degrees?
- Regarding polynomials – What does the remainder theorem consist of?
- What do Googol and Googolplex mean?
- What is the Hondt method?
- What does harmonic mean consist of?
- How does the rule of three work with direct proportionality?
- How does the rule of three work with inverse proportionality?
- What is Maths?
- What order must letters have to name an angle?
- Why are there leap years?
- What is the right order of the mathematical operations?
- Why are there two scales to measure temperature?
- Is it likely to win the Euromilhões?
- When I write 2K, Am I using a roman algorithm?
- Is volume and capacity the same thing?
- How do you get the size number of your footwear?
- What is a light–year?
- How does interest work?
- How to make a rounding off?
- How do you calculate the Body Mass Index?
- How to calculate a discount?
- What is inflation?
- What relation is there between Maths and Music?
- What is a golden number?
- What are perfect numbers?
- How does a GPS work?
- How do you read a number according to Roman Numerals?
- Why do we use the letter m to represent the slope?
- What is the difference between a quadrangular prism and a parallelepiped?
- How is Easter day calculated?
- What is the importance of prime numbers?
- How to calculate compound interests?
- How do you do the casting out nines?
- Why isn't there a Nobel Prize for Mathematics?
- What is the name of the terms of the four essential arithmetic operations?
- How do you distinguish permutations from combinations?
- What is the Pythagoras's Theorem for?
- What is an equation?
- What is a quadratic equation?
- What are relatively prime numbers?
- Why do I have to learn Maths?
- What are the three famous problems of ancient times?
- What are the numbers belonging to the Fibonnacci's sequence?
- How to solve first degree equations?
- How many subsets are there in a set?
- What are conic sections?
- What is the difference between cardinal and ordinal numbers?
- How do I convert a decimal number into a fraction?
- Can we say that today is twice hotter than yesterday?
- If I multiply two negative numbers the result will be a positive one, why does it happen?
- How do you calculate successive percentages?
- What is trigonometry for?
- What is the Fermat's Last Theorem?
- How many centimetres is an inch?
- What is a Parabola?
- What is an ellipse?
- How many water drops are there in the ocean?
- Does 30% of inclination mean the triple of 10%?
- What is the Pascal's Triangle useful for?
- How can we solve problems?
- What is a point of inflection?
- What are absolute and relative extremes?
- How do I convert a number into Roman Numerals?
- What are natural, whole and rational sets?
- How do you calculate a square root without a calculator?
- What is the scientific notation?
- How to calculate the G.C.D.?
- How do you calculate the L.C.M.?
- What is the history of number pi?
- What is the Integral and Differential calculus useful for?
- What relation is there between the volume of a cone and the one of a cylinder?
- How do you calculate the sum of all the terms of a succession?
- What are scales useful for?
- How do you calculate the area of a cylinder surface?
- What are isometries?
- Why kids under-perform in math?
- how to check if a number is prime?

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