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and the boxes are all locked. 11. the containers. in each container there are three boxes and in each box there are 10 golden coins.Math Olympiad Problem Jan. the remaining parts of those four plates can be used to make one more plate. Which number CANNOT be the result of this multiplication? A) 987 B) 444 C) 204 D) 105 E) 103 . If four medals are made from four plates. What is the largest number of medals that could be formed when 16 plates are used? A) 17 B) 19 C) 20 D) 21 E) 32 3) Tom picked a natural number and multiplied it by 3. The treasure chest. How many locks do you need to open to get 50 coins? A) 5 B) 7 C) 9 D) 6 E) 8 2) One medal can be cut out from a golden square plate. 2013 Grade 2 and 3 1) There are five containers in a treasure chest.

If four medals are made from four plates. 3) Tom picked a natural number and multiplied it by 3. From 4 plates you can make 4 medals and the remaining parts from those will make another plate to make one more medal. Now open two boxes (locks 7 and 8) and get 20 more coins for a total of 50 coins. The treasure chest. What is the largest number of medals that could be formed when 16 plates are used? A) B) C) D) E) 17 19 20 21 32 Solution: Answer is C) 20. and the boxes are all locked. 2013 Solutions Grade 2 and 3 1) There are five containers in a treasure chest. Go to the next container and open it (lock 6). the containers. How many locks do you need to open to get 50 coins? A) 5 B) 7 C) 9 D) 6 E) 8 Solution: Answer is E) 8 locks First lock to be opened would be the treasure chest.Math Olympiad Problem Jan. Which number CANNOT be the result of this multiplication? A) 987 B) 444 . Open all three boxes to get 30 coins (opening locks 3. in each container there are three boxes and in each box there are 10 golden coins. 4 and 5). 11. the remaining parts of those four plates can be used to make one more plate. You will find three boxes. Open one of the containers (this is the second lock to be opened). You will find five containers. 2) One medal can be cut out from a golden square plate. Therefore 4 plates will yield 5 medals and therefore 16 plates will yield 5 times 4 = 20 medals.

987 divided by 3 is 329 444 divided by 3 is 148 204 divided by 3 is 68 105 divided by 3 is 35 103 divided by 3 is 34 with a remainder of 1. .C) 204 D) 105 E) 103 Solution: Answer is E) 103. Therefore Tom could not have picked a number that when multiplied by 3 results in the number 103.

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