Mashup Math: Learn How to Become a Remix DJ Using Algebra Quiz

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  1. A major music artist has asked you to remix one of his or her songs. They say that they want to really make sure people will dance to it. How would you change the BPM to accomplish this goal? [1]
  2. One song has a BPM of 101, and the other has a BPM of 103. Can you put them together? [1]
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  3. Do different genres of music use different BPM? Which songs would be easiest to beat match (and why)? Which songs might be more difficult to beat match (and why)? [1]
  4. What is the BPM of a clock? [1]
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  5. One song has a BPM of 120, and another has a BPM of 100. Assuming you want to speed up the slower song, by what percentage would you need to speed it up? [1]
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  6. One song has a BPM of 120, and another has a BPM of 100. Assuming you want to slow down the faster song, how much slower would you need to make it? [1]
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  7. You want to make a mash-up of 100 songs. 30% of the songs have a BPM of 160. Another 20% have a BPM of 100. The rest of the songs have different BPM (that do not include 100 or 160). How many tempo changes will you need to make if you want your BPM to be 160? [1]
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