Equations, percentages, mode, median and mean - these words are enough to strike fear into many people's hearts!

Pupils across Huddersfield will have breathed a sigh of relief after finishing their GCSE Maths exams recently - but how much do you remember from your school days?

It seemed a simple Maths question was too much for Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne earlier this month when he refused to give the answer to 7x8, a question put to him by seven-year-old Samuel Raddings from Manchester during a TV interview.

Samuel Raddings, 7, who embarrassed Chancellor George Osborne on TV with a simple maths question
Samuel Raddings, 7, who embarrassed Chancellor George Osborne on TV with a simple maths question
 

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The answer was of course 56!

Have you kept on top of your number skills? Or do you only use Maths to work out if you can afford another round in the pub?

Try our GCSE Maths quiz and find out!

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The cost of hiring a car can be worked out using this rule: Cost = £80 + 50p per mile. Bill hires a car and drives 90 miles. Work out the cost

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Or did you prefer reading and writing to Maths problems?

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