How to beat the maths Rubhumi math quiz: What you need to know

How to tackle Rubhulu math quiz?

What you will need: 1.

A calculator 2.

A notebook 3.

A pen and paper 4.

A pencil 5.

Pencils 6.

A ruler 7.

Pen and paper (or markers) 8.

A piece of paper 9.

A tape measure 10.

Penis tweezers 11.

A few pencils 12.

Some scissors 13.

A plastic ruler 14.

A paper clip 15.

A towel 16.

A cotton swab 17.

A bottle of water 18.

A cloth 19.

A hair brush 20.

A washcloth 21.

A toothbrush 22.

A pair of scissors 23.

A roll of duct tape 24.

A rubber band 25.

A string (or elastic band) 26.

A water bottle 27.

A tube of toothpaste 28.

A sheet of tape 29.

A paintbrush 30.

A brush 31.

A small ruler 32.

A magnifying glass 33.

A sponge 34.

A screwdriver 35.

A rag 36.

A large towel 37.

A box of tissues 38.

A book (or bookcase) 39.

A bag (or bag of packing material) 40.

A blanket (or blanket of packing materials) 41.

A pillow 42.

A sock 43.

A shirt 44.

A jacket (or jacket of any kind) 45.

A sweater 46.

A t-shirt 47.

A beanie (or hat) 48.

A hat (or cap) 49.

A scarf 50.

A wig 51.

A cape 52.

A headband 53.

A necklace 54.

A belt 55.

A necktie 56.

A earring 57.

A ring 58.

A bracelet 59.

A key to your home or office 60.

A flashlight 61.

A pocket knife 62.

A comb 63.

A razor 64.

A kitchen knife 65.

A knife 66.

A needle 67.

A sewing kit 68.

A toy car 69.

A guitar 70.

A video game machine 71.

A set of scissors 72.

A couple of pencils 73.

A dictionary 74.

A coin purse 75.

A hand mirror 76.

A cup 77.

A coffee mug 78.

A napkin 79.

A soap bar 80.

A mirror 81.

A newspaper 82.

A shoe 83.

A tennis racket 84.

A flat-screen TV 85.

A vacuum cleaner 86.

A blender 87.

A car battery 88.

A dishwashing detergent 89.

A can opener 90.

A garden hose 91.

A tin can 92.

A broomstick 93.

A hose 94.

A candle 95.

A toilet paper tube 96.

A bucket of water 97.

A trash bag 98.

A cardboard box 99.

A stack of toilet paper tubes 100.

A pile of toilet papers