Wednesday, April 25, 2007

Math question from Chinese university entrance tests

The Royal Society of Chemistry in UK is offering a £500 prize to one person who can answer this Math question which is used by Chinese universities in their entrance tests. Compare that with the test set by English universities for first year students and you'll know how far more advanced maths teaching is in China.

(Thanks GeekGod)


Steven Carr said...

I give up. Why is that a square prism when there are no square sides?

Is the whole thing a hoax?

I.Z. Reloaded said...

Beats me! Maths is my weakest subject.

Anonymous said...

Don't think it's a hoax but like IZ, I'm bad in Maths so have no clue at all.

Anonymous said...

LOL. the one set by the eng u was taught to me when i was 13 HERE. haha

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