1. false - the int type can store a limit of numbers
2. false - the char type is not a whole number, it stores characters unicode(so letters and !@#$% etc…).
3. byte (1 byte) , short (2 bytes), int (4 bytes), long (8 bytes).
4. True - the byte type is a signed type because it does not hold negative numbers.
5. uint can store higher numbers because it will remove the negatives and double the higher outcome of the int.
6. decimal, float, double.
7. in option 6 the decimal can store the largest number, it stores 16 bytes and up to 28-29 digits of precision.
8. the decimal is the most precise (28-29 precision).
9. should my variable use char, int, or string? myVariable = "8"; - this type should have an int because it is an integer, and it fits in.
althought it would be better to use a byte for myVariable because bytes can hold 0 to 255 and 8 fits in well.
also char is used for unicode characters(only 1 character, so like char Letter = 'p'; - p represents "programming" in my head. (char kinda usless
while string is used for text like string Name = "andy";
10. a bool is used to store true or false values.ex.- bool newYear = true;
well here is my types quiz. hopefully everything looks right, if you catch anything let me know. i haven't checked your "try it out" yet, ill be back in a few hours and ill figure out if i got anything wrong :).