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posted by rfvv .
1. He solved two math questions with ease.
2. He solved two math problems with ease.
3. He solved two mathematical problems/questions with ease.
(Are all the same? Which one is commonly used?)

Probably 2) is the more common, but I have to tell you, not all math questions are problems. Just exactly what is a negative number, anyway?
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