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Metrobank

MTAP

DepEd

Math

Challenge

Courtesy by: Pids Nogales Files

Prepared by:

Dulce Buenaventura

Solve each item on scratch paper and write the answer on the blank.

_________1. Round 23,503 to the nearest thousand.

_________2. What is the remainder when 7 893 is divided by 26?

_________3. Write two million, seventy-eight thousand, six hundred five in figures.

_________4.3 million is equal to how many thousands?

_________5.What is the biggest common divisor of 32 and 48?

_________6.What is the smallest common multiple of 36 and 54?

_________7. How many zeros are used in writing 2 billion?

_________8. Write 7 x 104 + 6 x 102 + 9 x 10 + 3 as one number?

_________9. Choose <, = or > to make 365 + 287 _____ 538 + 123 a true sentence.

_________10.Which of the following has three unequal prime factors? a. 18

b. 24 c. 26 d. 30

_________11. Find two numbers whose sum is 22 and whose product is 96.

_________12.What number is 57 less than the product of 32 and 48?

_________13. What digit is N if 56,N78 is divisible by 9?

_________14. Express 1260 as a product of prime factors using exponents.

_________15.What is the smallest even number greater than 40,000 containing 7, 5, 4, 4, 1?

_________16.How many periods does 55 billion have when written in figures?

_________17.What number is half-way between 3000 and 4000?

_________18.A supervisor of a supermarket took an inventory of its canned goods. The store had

(5 x 102 + 7) cans of sardines, (2 x 103) cans of tomato sauce and (6 x 102 + 9)

cans of milk. How many canned goods did the supermarket have?.

_________19. Ricky collects stamps. He puts 18 stamps on each page of his album. If 17 pages

are full and there are 12 on the 18th page, how many stamps has Ricky?

_________20.Apples cost 7.50 each. How many can you buy if you have 100?

_________21.The letters of a math word are jumbled into CABSTRUT. What is the word?

_________22.Two numbers have a ratio of 3:5 and one number is 16 more than the other. Find the

bigger of the two numbers.

_________23.What is the ratio of .25 cm to 9 dm?

___________24.Rita has 30m of ribbon. She cut 55 pieces each 2.6 dm long. How many meters

of ribbon remain?

_________25.What is the multiple of 100 nearest to 7382?

_________26.6

2

3

_________27. Change 8

_________28. Change

7

12

128

11

_________29.Which is greater,

to an improper fraction.

to a mixed number.

11

13

or

16

19

_________30. Reduce

54

72

to lowest terms.

(1)

_________31.Nita bought 4

2

3

1

_________32.Nita used 3 3 m of white cloth to make blouses. How much white cloth remained?

3

5

_________34.There are 12 red balls, 9 blue balls and 14 white balls in a box. What is the ratio

of the red balls to all the balls?

_________35.Mother bought 4 mangoes for 38. At the same rate, how much will a dozen and

a half of the mangoes cost?

__________36. If 4 : 5 = 32 : n, what is n?

_________37.Sally got 95, 92, 96, 94, 95 and 90 on six math tests. What was her average

score on the six tests?

_________38.For an hour of a particular TV show, 6 commercials, each averaging 0.3 minute

are shown five times during the hour. During an hour of the show, how much time

is given to commercials?

_________39.Mr. Manuel owns a rectangular lot that is 32 m long and 22 m wide. How many

meters of fencing material does he need for it?

_________40.A path 12 m long and 1.5 m wide is to be paved. If a bag of cement covers 4 m 2,

how many bags of cement must be bought?

_________41.A square garden has a perimeter of 56 m. What is its area?

_________42.A tank is 12 dm long, 8 dm wide and 10 dm deep. If 1 dm 3 = 1 liter, how many liters

of water does the tank contain when full?

_________43.What is the perimeter of the figure?

20m

32m

15m

48m

_________44.There are 44 students in a class. One stormy day 25% of them were absent.

How many were present?

_________45.Rose made a circle graph of how she spends one day. If she studies 3 hours a day,

how many degrees will represent study?

_________46.How many numbers from 40 to 70 contain the digit 5?

1

5

2

5

of them come by private car and the rest take public transportation, how many take

public transportation?

_________48.Aida made 12 more sampaguita garlands than Anna. Together, they made

160 garlands. How many did Aida make?

_________49.Nita has 78.50; Rosa has twenty pesos less than twice as much. How much money

do the two girls have together?

_________50.A grass lawn is 80 m long and 68 m wide. Four rectangular flower plots, each 15 m

by 10 m, are found near each corner. What is the area covered by the grass?

(2)

Solve each item on scratch paper and write the answer on the blank.

_________1.Write two million, forty-six thousand, eighty-nine in figures.

_________2.What is the place value of 8 in 45, 836,025?

_________3.What is the value of 7 in 5,874,345?

_________4.45,000,000 + 763,000 + 854 = ____

_________5.How many thousands are there in 54 million?

_________6.Write 6 x 104 + 7 x 103 + 9 x 10 + 6 as one number.

_________7.Using 0, 1, 2, 4 and 5, write the smallest 5-digit number possible.

_________8.What is the largest 4-digit even number less than 5,000?

_________9.Round 23,952 to the nearest hundred.

_________10.Round to the nearest hundred and estimate: 561 + 449 + 751.

_________11.Which of { <, =, > } will make 345 + 178 ____ 354 + 168 a true sentence?

_________12.Find two numbers whose sum is 21 and whose product is 98?

_________13.What number is 38 less than the product of 18 and 25?

_________14.What is the biggest digit that can be placed in 65,__72 to make it divisible by 3?

_________15.Express 1,248 as a product of its prime factors.

_________16.What is the greatest common factor of 54 and 72?

_________17.What is the smallest common multiple of 54 and 72?

_________18.What is the average of 2,500 and 4,500?

_________19.What can be added to 346 to get 721?

_________20.What is the multiple of 1000 nearest to 24,865?

_________21.4 2/5 is equal to how many tenths?

_________22.How many prime numbers are there between 10 and 30?

_________23.How many even numbers are there from 21 and 41?

_________24.What is the remainder when 5,789 is divided by 27?

_________25.What two numbers have a sum of 18 and a product of 56?

_________26.The product of two numbers is 36 and their sum is 13. What is their difference?

_________27.The price of a candy is 65 centavos. How many can Lina buy with her 15?

_________28.Change

_________29.Change 5

58

9

3

7

to a mixed number.

to an improper fraction.

_________30.Joy cut some pizzas into 6ths. After serving 28 pieces, she had 14 pieces left.

How many pizzas did she cut?

_________31.How many pieces of ribbon each 2.4 dm long can be cut from a 10-m roll of ribbon?

(1)

_________32.What is the ratio of 36 cm to 9 dm?

_________33.Apples cost 9 each. How many can you buy with 200?

_________34.Which is greater,

11

14

or

15

19 ?

How long will be each piece?

_________36.Nancy had 48 stamps. She gave

1

6

_________37.In a school, there are 156 scouts. If of them are cub scouts, how many are

not cub scouts?

_________38.A movie is 2 hours long. If it ended at 10:30 P.M., what time did it start?

_________39.If 3:4 = 24:N, what is N?

_________40.Roys garden is 18 m long and 13 m wide. How much fencing material does

he need for it?

_________41.What is the area of Roys garden?

_________42.A room is 5 m long, 4 m wide and 3 m high. How much air does it enclose?

_________43.There are 960 pupils in a school. One stormy day, 15% of them were absent,

how many were present?

_________44.Tito has 12 fewer stamps than Marlon. Together, they have 136 stamps.

How many stamps has Marlon?

_________45.Nina bought a pair of shoes and a bag. The pair of shoes cost 15 more than

four times as much as the bag. Together, the shoes and bag cost 485. How much

did the pair of shoes cost?

_________46.After reading a part of her book, Rita left the book open at a part where the sum

of the page numbers on the two facing pages was 225. What was the page number on

the left hand side?

15m

_________47.What is the perimeter of the figure?

26m

45m

42m

_________49.Jennifer wrote her name fifty times on a long piece of tape without any space

between her written name. What letter was the 100 th space?

_________50.The product of two whole numbers is 10,000. Neither of the two numbers contains

a zero last digit. What are the two numbers?

(2)

Solve each item and write the answer on the blank before the number.

_________1.Write fifteen million, seventy thousand, seven hundred eight in figures.

_________2.What is the place value of the underlined digit 654 321?

_________3.What is the value of 6 in 698,425?

_________4.Write CDXLIV in Hindu-Arabic.

_________5.What number is 4756 more than 45,244?

_________6.8,540,000 is how many times as great than 8,540?

_________7.Write 5x104 + 6x103 + 8x102 + 9 in standard form.

_________8.What is 37 more than the quotient of 848 divided by 16?

_________9.What is the largest prime number less than 60?

_________10.How many even numbers are there between 51 to 99?

_________11.What is the greatest common factor of 36 and 84?

_________12.The least common multiple of 36 and 84.

_________13.19 x 2 + 45 9 12 = _______

_________14.Find two numbers whose sum is 18 and whose product is 72.

_________15.What is the remainder when 7541 is divided by 22?

___________16.Greg started doing his homework at 8:45 p.m. and finished at 10:30 p.m.

_________ 17. Write a digit on the blank to make 34,75__ divisible by 9.

_________ 18. Express 360 as a product of prime factors.

_________ 19. Josie brought a bottle of milk for 112.50 and a box of coffee for 96.50.

How much change did she get from a 500-bill?

_________ 20. When written in full, how many digits are there in 6.5 x 10 7?

_________ 21. If 1 is excluded, how many common factors do 48 and 64 have?

_________ 22. A vendor sold of his sampaguita garlands and had 27 left. How many garlands

had he at first?

_________ 24. How many 0.125-kg bags of sugar can be filled from a 50-kg bag?

_________ 25. The perimeter of a square is 52 cm. What is the area?

_________ 26. What is the ratio of a decade to a century?

_________ 27. If n:8 = 42:56, what is n?

_________ 28. Subtract 4.32 from 8 and add the difference to 3.64

{1}

_________ 29. The perimeter of an equilateral triangle is 51 cm. How long is one side?

_________ 30. The area of a rectangle is 189 cm2. If the width is 9 cm, find its length.

_________ 31.A merchant had a 33 1/8 m roll of cloth. He sold 12 m of it. How much

cloth remained?

_________ 32.Roy brought 15 m of string to the camp while Steve brought 12

2

3

m of string.

_________ 33.Write

3

5

as percent.

_________ 34. The perimeter of an isosceles triangle is 57 cm. If one of the equal sides

is 18 cm, how long is the base?

_________ 35. A can of paint is needed for 25 m 2 of wall. If a wall is 40 m long and 2.5 m high,

how many cans of paint must be bought?

_________ 36. The scale of the floor plan of a newly built house is 2 cm to 3 m. If the room

is 13 cm long on the plan, how long is the actual room?

_________ 37. How many whole numbers, including 50, round to 50 to the nearest 10?

_________ 38. Peter's test scores are 84, 86, 90 and 87. What is the average?

_________ 39. Round 65.355 to the nearest hundredth.

_________ 40. Ricky and Lucky had a combined time of 5 minutes 32 seconds in a relay where

both swam 800 meters. If Ricky's time was 2 minutes and 46 seconds, what was

Lucky's time?

_________ 41.Tammy has 138 stamps.

1

3

The rest are Philippine stamps. How many Philippine stamps has he?

_________ 42. Simon walked 6 km in one hour. How far can he walk in 1 hours?

_________ 43. I have 16.75 in my wallet. The money is in 5-peso, 1-peso and 25-coins.

If there are 14 coins, how many 25 coins are there?

_________ 44. Yolly sliced pineapples into eighths. After giving 18 slices to her friends, she has

14 pieces left. How many pineapples did she cut?

_________ 45. Lito has 100. If his round trip fare is 15, how many round trip fares can he pay

_________ 46. If

_________ 48. January 1 is a Thursday, and January has 31 days. What day of the week

is Valentine's day?

_________ 49. For every 5 garlands that Kate can make, Letty can make 8. If for one day,

together they can make 169 garlands, how many can Kate make in one day?

_________ 50. What is the sum of the numbers from 1 to 25?

{2}

Solve and write the answer on the blank before each number.

_________ 1. Write four billion, two million, fifty thousand, six hundred fifty in figures.

_________ 2. What is the value of 3 in 637,605,798?

_________ 3. Round each addend to the nearest thousand and estimate the sum of 6582 + 4299.

_________ 4. Form the largest and smallest 4-digit number you can make with 1, 6, 4 and 8

and get their difference.

_________ 5. With no digits alike, what is the smallest 6-digit number?

_________ 6. Rounding me to the nearest 10 makes me 750. The sum of my digits is 17,

what number am I?

_________ 7. What is 17 more than twice the sum of 14 and 18?

_________ 8. Find two numbers with a product of 54 and a difference of 3.

_________ 9. Which of the following is divisible by 6? a. 6 748

b. 7 658

c. 7 758

_________ 11.Write 15

56

1000

as a decimal.

_________ 12. Write 6.75 as a mixed number with the fraction part in lowest terms.

_________ 13.Change 8

_________ 14.Change

7

12

133

13

to an improper fraction.

to a mixed number.

3

8

_________ 17. Round 8.82965 to the nearest thousandth.

d. 8 758

_________ 19. What is the ratio of 850g to 1.5 kg?

_________ 20. If 4:9 = 48:N, what is N?

_________ 21. Write 1050 as a product of its prime factors.

_________ 22. What is the GCF of 120 and 150?

_________ 23. What is the LCM of 120 and 150?

___________ 24. What is the biggest digit that you can put in the blank of 6__666 to make

it divisible by 3?

_________ 25. Liza has 265 sampaguita garlands to sell. In the afternoon, she had 18 garlands left.

How many did she sell?

_________ 26. Roy gathered 915 mangoes. He put them 70 mangoes to a basket.

How many baskets did he use?

_________ 27. Noni bought 3 sign-pens at 28.45 each and 3 notebooks at 14.50.

How much did she spend in all?

_________ 28. If Noni gave the cashier a 500-bill, how much change did she get?

1

_________ 29. The length of a rectangle is 32.4 cm. and its width is 18.6 cm. What is its perimeter?

_________ 30. What is the area of the rectangle in #29?

_________ 31. A pair of shoes was marked 950.00. Rose bought a pair with a discount which

1

is 10 of the marked price. How much did she pay?

_________ 32. Amys pocket money a week is 120. She spends 103.50 and saves the rest.

How much does she save in 6 weeks?

_________ 33. A vendor bought 90 pineapples at 16.00 each. He sold them at 25 each.

How much did he gain if he sold only 87?

_________ 34. How many centimeters are there in 3.55 meters?

_________ 35. How many meters are there in 107 decimeters?

_________ 36.If a family spends

2

5

___________ 37. An aquarium is 7dm long, 4 dm wide and 5 dm high. How many liters of water

_________ 38. What is 35% of 950?

_________ 39. What is the complement of an angle of 38 o?

_________ 40. All gasoline prices decreased by 10%. If the price before was 34.50,

how much was it after the decrease?

_________ 41. The base of an isosceles triangle is 7cm more than a leg. If the perimeter

is 52cm, what is the length of the base?

_________ 42. An angle is 10o more than its supplement. Find the angle.

_________ 43. The electric wire between 19 electric posts is 720 m long. What is the

distance between the posts?

_________44.When I open my Math book, two pages face me. If the sum of the pages is 97,

what is the bigger of the two page numbers?

_________45.In a Grade 4 class, there are 15 girls. If there are twice as many boys,

how many students are in the class?

_________46.If I have 8 sets of cups and each set contains 12 cups, how many cups do I have?

_________47.Inside, a box is 6 dm long, 4 dm wide, and 3.2 dm high. How many pieces of soap,

10 cm long , 8 cm wide, and 6 cm thick can be packed into it?

_________48.A block of wood is 7 dm long, 5 dm wide and 2.5 dm thick. It is cut into small

cubes of edge 5 cm. How many cubes can be cut from it?

_________49.A wooden crate containing 36 papayas weighs 30kg. If 24 of the papayas are

removed, the weight of the box and the remaining papayas is 10.8 kg. What is the

weight of the crate if all the papayas weigh about the same?

_________50.A farmer bought 85 kg of fertilizer in 12 bags. Some are 5-kg bags. The rest are

10-kg bags. How many 5-kg bags did he buy?

2

Solve each item and write the answer on the blank before the number.

_________1.What is the value of 3 in 73 810 455?

_________2.What is the place of 8 in 73 810 455?

_________3.Write 5 x 105 + 7 x 104 + 8 x 102 + 6 x 10 + 3 as one number.

_________4.Write the smallest number using all of 4, 9, 6, 0, 7, 1.

_________5.Round 458.5826 to the nearest hundredth.

_________6.Write twenty-five and sixty-five thousandths.

_________7.What is the remainder when 3576 is divided by 27?

_________8.What number is 3 times the sum of 32, 45 and 26?

_________9.What is the biggest remainder when any number is divided by 10?

_________10.I am thinking of a number greater than 30 but less than 40 that can be

divided exactly by 7. What is my number?

_________11.The number 338 928 is not divisible by which of the numbers 2, 3, 4, 6, 7 and 8.

_________12.Which of 111, 123, 183, 201, 239, 348 is a prime?

_________13. Write 1 148 as a product of its prime factors using exponents.

_________14.What is the greatest common factor of 156 and 260?

_________15.What is the least common multiple of 156 and 260?

_________ 16.Reduce

84

108 to lowest terms.

_________ 17.Change 6

_________ 18.Change

5

13

76

14

to an improper fraction.

7

12

or

9

14

2

3

_________ 21.The average weight of Larry and Martin is 50

2

3

_________ 22.The result of dividing a number by 3

1

9

is 3

3

7

_________ 23. What is the sum of the smallest and the largest among

0.32,0.302, 0.7, 0.699, 0.649?

_________ 24. What will you add to 1506 to get 2500?

_________ 25. What is 457.8 + 1000?

_________ 26. In 5 days, Lina had a total of 15.5 hours of overtime. What was her

average daily overtime?

_________ 27. The ratio of boys to girls in a class is 3 : 4. If there are 42 pupils in the

class, how many are girls?

-1_________ 28. If 15 : 25 = N : 40, what is N?

_________ 29. In a barangay, there are 56 children below 18 years of age for every 100

people. What is the ratio of children to adults?

_________ 30. Rounding me to the nearest hundred makes me 600. Rounding me to the

nearest ten, makes me 630. If the sum of my digits is 13, what number am I?

_________ 31. If 200 m of string is divided into three pieces in the ratio 1:2:5, how long

is the string of middle length?

_________ 32. There are 450 Grade 4 pupils in a school. If 42% of them are girls, how

many Grade 4 boys are there?

_________ 33. If the rations for 24 scouts on a camp can last them for 12 days, how long

will it last if 8 scouts suddenly join them on the first day?

_________ 34. A class has 21 boys. If the ratio of boys to girls in the class is 7:8, how

many pupils are in the class?

_________ 35. What is the best metric unit to measure the height of a flagpole?

_________ 36. Romys garden is 23 m long and 18 m wide. What is its perimeter?

_________ 37. What is the area of Romys garden in #36?

_________ 38. A farmer began plowing his field at 5:15 A.M. He finished in 5 hours

and 35 minutes. What time did he finish?

_________ 39. A rectangular lot has a perimeter of 156 m. If the width is 34 m,

_________ 40. What is the supplement of the complement of a 38o angle?

_________ 41.One third of the area of a rectangle is equal to

4

5

_________ 42. A circular lagoon has a radius of 32 m. If you walk around it, how many

meters will that be? [Use = 3.14]

_________ 43. What is the area of the lagoon in #42?

_________ 44. One milk can has a radius of 10 cm and a height of 8 cm. A second milk can

has a radius of 8 cm and a height of 10 cm. How much more milk does

the bigger can hold?

_________ 45. In a game, Joes score is 12 points more than Davids. Carlos score is

9 points less than Davids. Together, the score of the three is 72.

What is the score of Joe?

_________ 46. A piece of rope is cut into 3 pieces in the ratio 2:3:4. If the middle piece

is 27 m long, how long is the whole rope?

_________ 47. The total surface area of a cube is 216 cm2. Find the length of one side.

_________ 48. Poles are placed 5 m apart along the length of a field 175 m long.

How many poles are there?

_________ 49. Jane noticed that the amount of money she saved doubled each month

for 4 consecutive months. She saved P360 in the fourth month. How much

did she save during the 4 months?

_________ 50. Pam and Ted are each less than 30 years old. Pam is 9 years older than

Ted. Each of their ages is a composite number greater than 10 and do

not have a common factor. How old is Pam?

-2-

A. 15-second questions 2 points each

__________1. What is the value of 9 in 496,235?

__________2. What number times 7, plus 18 equals 81?

__________3. One-half kg of chicos cost 20. If there are 6 pieces, how much will 2 dozens

of the same size cost?

__________4. The perimeter of a regular hexagon is 108 dm. How long is one side?

__________5. In a party, the ratio of boys to girls is 2:3. If there are 30 boys, how many girls

are there?

__________6. Give all the prime numbers between 10 and 20.

__________7. Ponkans cost 6 each. How many can you buy for 100?

__________8. What is the remainder if 279 is divided by 13?

__________9. What two factors of 48 have a sum of 19?

__________10. What two numbers have a sum of 35 and a difference of 7?

__________11. What is the biggest prime number less than 80?

B. 30-second questions 3 points each. Use =3.14

__________1. The perimeter of a rectangle is 86m. If one side is 16m, what is the other side?

__________2. A circular tablecloth has a diameter of 15 dm. What is its circumference?

__________3. There are 100 oranges in a box. If 15 children get the same number of oranges,

how many oranges will be left?

__________4. Rose bought a blouse marked 160 at a 15% discount. How much did she save

__________5. A lot measures 10m by 15m. On a plan using a scale of 1 cm : 2 m, what is the area

of the lot on the plan?

__________6. What is the total surface area of a cube of side 12 cm?

C. 1-minute questions 5 points each

__________1. A can of powdered milk has a diameter of 20 cm and a height of 22 cm. What

volume of milk does it contain?

__________2. I am a 3-digit number. My hundreds digit is 2 less than my tens digit and my ones

digit is 2 more than my tens. What number am I if the sum of my digits is 15?

__________3. On a christmas tree, the ratio of yellow lights to green lights to red lights is 1 : 2 : 3.

If there are 1,500 lights, how many green lights are there?

__________4. A vendor sold 491 kg of chicos and 273 kg of oranges. He sold 65 kg more

of mangoes than oranges. How many more kg of chicos than mangoes did he sell?

__________5. Rica is painting dots on a box. There are 12 dots in the first row,16 dots in the

second row, 20 dots in the third row. If the pattern continues, how many dots will

be in the seventh row?

__________6. Find the sum of 2 + 4 + 6 + + 58 + 60

Clincher questions

__________1. How many multiples of 4 are there between 15 and 35?

__________2. Use exponents to express 396 as a product of its prime factors.

__________3. A bottle weighs 15 grams when empty, 25 grams when full of water and 23

grams when full of alcohol. What is the ratio of equal volumes of water and alcohol?

Do-Or-Die questions

__________1. A car uses 9 liters of gasoline for a distance of 80 km. How many liters will be

needed for a round to a city 140 km away?

__________2. A small embroidery factory can finish 10 dozen pairs of pillow cases in one day.

The company received an order for 2000 pairs of pillow cases. How many days,

to the nearest whole number of days, will the company need to fill in the order?

1

A. 15-second questions 2 points each

__________1. What is the ratio of 18 boys to 27 girls?

__________2. What is the largest 4-digit even number?

__________3. Add 8 to 17 and subtract the sum from 60.

__________4. Write the Roman numeral CCLXXXIV in Hindu-Arabic.

__________5. Round 24,530 to the nearest thousand.

__________6. If 3 notebooks cost 20.50 how much will a dozen cost?

__________7. What is 37 more than the product of 8 and 12?

__________8.What is

3

7 of 84?

__________9. A square has a perimeter of 60 cm. Another square has a side twice as long

as the first square. What is its perimeter?

__________10. From the digits 5, 2, 4 and 7, form the largest 3-digit number.

__________11. What is the largest 4-digit odd number?

B. 30-second questions 3 points each

__________2. Ronnie bought a hamburger for 15.75, a glass of juice for 13.50 and a pack

of potato fries for 12.35. How much change did he get from a 100-bill?

__________3. Find the perimeter of a triangular lot whose sides are 8.5m,11.75m, and 15.2m.

__________4. Round 785,349 to the nearest ten thousand.

__________5. A rectangular garden is 7m wide. The length is twice the width. What is its area?

__________6. A farmer gathered 6 baskets of chicos each basket weighing 16kg, and 7 baskets

of oranges each basket weighing 19 kg. How many kg of fruits did he gather?

C. 1-minute questions 5 points each

__________1. A pair of shoes marked 750 was bought at 15% discount. How much was paid for it?

__________2. A size 8 t-shirt costs 85, while a size 14 t-shirt costs 105. Mother bought 4 of

each size. How much change did she get from a 1000-bill?

__________3. A school is 42 km from a church. A mall is between them. The distance of the

mall from the church is 6 times its distance from the school. How far is the mall

from the school?

__________4. There are 5 Grade 4 classes in a school with 60 pupils in each class. If the ratio

of boys to girls is 2:3, how many girls are there?

__________5. A 24-shots roll of film costs 85. Allan has to buy all the films he needs to take

84 shots from their graduation. How much change will he get from a 500-bill?

__________6. I am a 4-digit even number. My hundreds digit is 5. The sum of my ones and tens

is equal to my hundreds digit. My thousands digit is 3 more than my hundreds digit.

What numbers can I be?

Clincher questions

__________1. The perimeter of a square garden is 200 meters. How long is one side?

__________2. The ratio of two numbers is 3:4. If the sum is 105, what is the bigger number?

__________3. Marie has 15 coins consisting of one-peso and 25 coins. There are twice as

many 25 coins as one-peso coins. How much money has she?

Do-Or-Die question

__________1. A piggy bank contains 60 coins of 1 peso and 5 peso coins. If the total value of

the coins is 140, how many of each coin are there?

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A. 15-second questions 2 points each

__________1. What is the product of 24 and 32?

__________2. How many numbers from 30 to 70 are divisible by 4?

__________3. What is the product of the smallest 2-digit even number and the largest

2-digit even number?

__________4. What is smallest positive number that is divisible by 4, 6 and 15?

__________5. What is the remainder when you divide 327 and 25?

__________6. What is the prime number next to 97?

__________7. For every 3 boys, there are 5 girls. For 35 girls, how many boys are there?

__________8. A vendor has 5 dozen mangoes in a basket. After selling

3

5

of them, how

__________9. Find two numbers whose sum is 24 and whose product is 135.

__________10. What number divided by 5, then multiplied by 8 gives 72 as the result?

B. 30-second questions 3 points each

__________1. A rectangle is 35 cm long. If the perimeter is 106 cm, what the width?

__________2. What is the remainder when 1088 is divided by 47?

__________3. The cube of a 2-digit number 5A is 185 193. What is A?

__________4. Nena needs 2 dozen ribbons for her class. If she needs 30 cm for each ribbon,

how many meters of ribbon has she to buy?

__________5. How much more is 35 than 43?

__________6. Nelie spends 17 hours in a 2-week period practicing on the piano. How many

hours does she practice in 5 weeks?

C. 1-minute questions 5 points each

__________1. Ched spent

1

4

1

3

__________2. A picture is enlarged to 4 times its original dimensions. If the new dimensions are

19.2 cm by 25.6 cm, what were the original dimensions?

7

3

__________3. Of 96 pupils who took a qualifying test, 8 passed. Of those who passed, 7

had previously failed. How many of those who passed failed before?

__________4. A faulty car meter records 36 km for a journey of 42 km. What distance will it record

for a distance of 63 km?

__________5. Chocolate bars come in packs of 10 and 15. If you need 100 bars, what is the

least number of packs that you need to buy?

__________6. If each side of a square is tripled, what happens to its area?

Clincher questions

__________1. Mike is 12 years old. This is 3 years less than

1

3

father?

__________2. How many factors, including 1, do 36 and 48 have?

__________3. Find the smallest positive integer that has 8, 30 and 54 as factors.

Do-Or-Die questions

__________1. If 4a + 5b + 7c = 13 and 4a + 3b + c = 19, what is a+b+c?

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A. 15-second questions 2 points each

__________1. What is the remainder when 3628 is divided by 12?

__________2. Write in symbols: "13 more than twice a number n".

__________3. What is the value of 22 + 36 4 5 x 5?

2

3

of 48 than

2

3

of 24?

__________5. The ratio of two numbers is 3:8 and their sum is 99. Find the bigger number.

__________6. What is the 10th number in the pattern 15, 23, 31, ___, 47, ____?

__________7.Which is greater,

5

4

or

13

10

__________8. The sum of two angles of a triangle is 112 o. What is the third angle?

__________9. An athlete ran 18.2 km in 7 days. Find the average distance he ran each day?

__________10. If 6 x (n + 2) = 66, what is n?

__________11. Round 75.9998 to the nearest thousandth.

B. 30-second questions 3 points each

__________1. What is 16 less than twice the sum of 84 and 57?

__________2. An LRT train has 5 cars. If 45 people can ride in each car, how many people

can ride in 4 LRT trains?

__________3. A sheet of paper is 0.3175 mm thick. How thick in centimeters would be a pile

of 5,000 sheets?

__________4. A workman earns 45 an hour. How many whole number of hours must he work

so that he will earn at least 1000?

__________5. What is the value of 62 x 23 + 32?

__________6. The perimeter of a square is n cm. What is the length of one side?

C. 1-minute questions 5 points each (Use = 3.14)

__________1. If the weight of an apple is 0.22 kg, about how many apples will there be in

a 2 kg package?

__________2. A swimming pool is 12 m by 8 m. It will be fenced so that the fence will be 2 m

away from the pool. What is the perimeter of the fence?

__________3. The diameter of a basketball hoop is 56 cm. Find the circumference of the hoop

into the nearest hundredth of a meter.

__________4. T-shirts marked 399 are on sale at a 25% discount. How much will 6 of the

T-shirts on sale cost?

__________5. The perimeter of a square is equal to the perimeter of an equilateral triangle of

side 24 cm. Find the area of the square.

__________6. Last year, there were 96 Grade 6 pupils in a new school. This year, they are 250%

of last year's. How many are they this year?

Clincher questions

__________1. What decimal decreased by 0.892 gives 58.3?

__________2. In a test of 40 items, Nelly made a mistake on 30% of the items. How many

correct answers did she get?

__________3. A rug is 3.75 m long. The rug is 1.57 m from one end of the room and 1.23 m

from the other end. How long is the room?

Do-Or-Die questions

__________1. Lily has 23.50 less than twice the money of Rita. Together, they have 203.00.

How much does each girl have?

-1-

A. 15-second questions 2 points each

__________1. Express the composite number 91 as a product of two prime numbers.

__________2. Express 17 x 103 in standard form.

__________3. Which of the 3 numbers, 5074, 2102, 4170 is a multiple of 6?

__________4. Divide my number by 8, subtract 2 and then add 4 you get 13.What is my number?

__________5. Find two numbers whose sum is 23 and whose product is 132?

__________6.What is the sum of 3 and 2 ?

__________7.A vendor had 64 garlands to sell. He sold 7/8 of them at a trade fair. How many

__________8. Express 5.8 as an improper fraction in lowest terms.

__________9.Which number does not belong to the group? 1.5,

2

1

3 , 3.2, 1 2

,1.50

__________10. What is 24 x 3?

__________11. If 15 x 15 = 225, what is 150 x 150?

B. 30-second questions 3 points each

__________1.In a test Rose answered of the questions correctly, Lyn answered correctly

and Janet answered 7/10 correctly. Who had the highest score?

__________2. What is the greatest common factor of 128, 64 and 48?

__________3.In a trip, Mr. Gomez drove 2 h, stopped for lunch and then drove another 1 h.

If it took him 5 h to reached his destination, how long did he stop for lunch?

__________4.For homework, Joe had to read a story that was 15 pages long. He read 2/3 of

the story before supper. How many pages did he read before supper?

__________5.Carla has 24 coins in her purse. If of them are 5-peso coins and the rest are

one-peso coins, how much money does she have in all?

__________6. The ratio of Anns height to her fathers is 2:3. Her fathers height is 180 cm.

How tall is Ann?

C. 1-minute questions 5 points each

__________1. A farm boy tends pigs and chickens in their yard. He counted 21 heads and 54

feet. How many pigs and chickens are there?

__________2. T-shirts that sell regularly for 350 are on sale at a 25% discount. How much will

4 T-shirts on sale cost?

__________3. Grapes cost 160 per kilogram. If I buy a bunch weighing 0.53 kg, how much

change will I get for my 100-bill?

__________4. Glenda has 75 stamps. Lita has 16 less than twice as many. How many do they

have together?

__________5. A room measures 6 m by 4 m. A rug centered in the room is 0.25 m from the

walls. What is the area of the rug?

__________ 6. In a school, there are 553 boys and 574 girls in Grade 4. There are 23 sections in

this grade alone. What is the average number of pupils in each section?

Clincher questions

1

__________1. 5 is how many times as large as

1

15

__________2. The product of two numbers is 12.6525. One of the numbers is 0.25. What is the

other number?

__________3. The sum of 2 numbers is 18. Their product is 65. What are the 2 numbers?

Do-Or-Die questions

__________1. X divided by Y is equal to 12. X minus 11 is equal to 97. What number is Y ?

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A. 15-second questions 2 points each

__________1. Four friends equally shared of a pizza, which was left over after a party.

What fraction of a whole pizza did each get?

__________2. What is the sum of all odd numbers less than 10?

__________3. The ratio of 2 numbers is 3:5. If the sum is 168, what is the bigger number?

__________4. If 3 mangoes cost 35, how much will a dozen cost?

__________5. Using the digits 2, 5 and 9, each at most 2 times, what is the biggest 6-digit

number that you can form?

__________6. A pair of shoes is marked 450. If a discount of 10% is given, how much will

you pay for it?

__________8. 1.7 is equal to how many hundredths?

122

__________9.Change

to a mixed number.

9

__________10. Round the factors to the nearest ten and estimate 47 x 33.

__________11. If 6 atis weigh 1 kilo, how many kilos would 132 atis weigh?

B. 30-second questions 3 points each

5

__________1.Angelo has 8 bottle of developing solution. He uses

1

16

__________2. What number is 27 more than 45% of 300?

__________3.What is the perimeter of an equilateral decagon of side 12

2

3

__________4. A 4 liter can of oil costs 168. How much does of a liter cost?

__________5. Rose is 6 years older than Pete. Pete is 3 years younger than John. If Rose is

21 years old, how old is John?

__________6. A car can run 6 km on one liter of gasoline. How far can it go on 8 liters of gasoline?

C. 1-minute questions 5 points each

__________1.The length of a rectangle is twice its width. If the perimeter is 72 meters, find the

length and width of the rectangle.

__________2. Felisa walks to school along a straight road. She first stops at Delias place 4

blocks from her house, then she stops at Rosas house which is 5 blocks from Delias

3

place. If she is then 5 of the way to school, how many more blocks has she to walk?

__________3. Pete and OJ together have 71 stamps. If Pete has 8 more than twice as many

stamps as OJ, how many stamps has Pete?

__________4. The average of 7 numbers is 43. If two of the numbers, namely 53 and 58

are removed, what will be the average of the remaining numbers?

__________5. Alice is paid 35 per hour for 3 hours a day and 130% of the regular pay for

any overtime. How much did she earn in a 5-day week when she worked for 50 hours?

__________6. The sum of three consecutive odd numbers is 27. What are the three numbers?

Clincher questions

__________1. How many common multiples of 3 and 5 are there between 10 and 70?

__________2. A dress marked 450 was sold at a discount of 15%. How much was paid for it?

__________3. In a school play, adult tickets cost 75 and student tickets cost 50. How much

will 2 adult tickets cost?

Do-Or-Die questions

__________1. In a store, there are 50 3-legged stools and 4-legged stools for sale. Dodi counted

178 legs in all. How many of each kind of stool are there?

__________2. If 37 is subtracted from a number and the result divided by 7, the result is 38.

What is the original number?

A. 15-second questions 2 points each

__________1. Round 74 and 57 to the nearest ten and estimate their product.

__________2. What digits will you put in the blank in 8__75 to make the resulting number

divisible by 3?

__________3. What is the value of 24 x 3 x 10?

__________5. A backpack costs P250.00. If a discount of 10% is given, how much will you pay for it?

__________6. What is the remainder when 547 is divided by 9?

__________7. What is the greatest common factor of 24, 36 and 72?

__________8. Rica bought 2 apples at 13.50 each. How much change did she get from 50?

__________9. Give one number you can multiply to 19 to get a product between 450 and 500

__________10. How many squares of side 5 cm can be cut from a piece of cartolina 40 cm

by 32 cm?

__________11. The product of 36 and 46 is 1656. By what will you multiply 36 to get 165,600?

B. 30-second questions 3 points each

__________1. Efren bought 3 ballet tickets for 275 each. How much change did he get

from a 1000-bill?

__________2. What number is 22 more than 45% of 500?

__________3. A 5-liter can of oil costs 360. How much does liter of oil cost?

__________4. Rose can type 125 words in 2 minutes on a computer. At this rate, how long will

it take her to type a 1125 word paper?

__________5. What is the 10th number in the pattern 7, 9, 12, 16 ,21,

__________6. of 84 is how much less than

3

5

of 95?

__________1. In a school, 40% of the population are boys. If there are 896 boys, what is

the population of the school?

__________2. If apples cost 2 for 25, and ponkans cost 3 for 25, how much will a dozen of

each kind of fruit cost?

__________3. Express 1680 as a product of prime factors using exponents.

__________4. An H.E. class sold 426 cookies at 3 for 5. If the ingredients they used cost

215.75, how much did they gain?

__________5. How many multiples of 8 are there between 100 and 250?

__________6. The sum of two numbers is 181. If one number is 11 more than the other, what are

the two numbers?

Clincher questions

__________1.By how much is of 70 bigger than

1

3

of 54?

__________3. What number is 12 less than the product of 7 times the sum of 14 and 16?

Do-Or-Die questions

__________1. A carpenter made 50 stools, some 3-legged and some 4-legged. If he used

174 legs, how many 4-legged stools did he make?

1

A. 15-second questions 2 points each

__________1. 0.778 is equal to how many percent?

__________2. What is the sum of the even numbers between 10 and 17?

__________4. The ratio of 2 numbers is 4:7. If the sum is 154, what is the bigger number?

__________5. If 3 mangoes cost 65, how much will a dozen cost?

__________6. Using the digits 3, 5 and 9, each at most 2 times, what is the biggest number

that you can form?

__________7. If 3 guapples weigh 1 kilo, how many kilos would 102 guapples weigh?

__________8. Which has a greater area, a rectangular garden that is 40 m by 30 m or a

square garden that is 35 m on a side?

__________9.Nancy had 96 stamps. She gave of them to a friend. How many stamps

remained with Nancy?

1

__________10.Rica cleaned 3 of a yard. Anna cleaned of the remaining part. What fraction

of the yard remained uncleaned?

__________11. What is one-twelfth of the product of 8, 6 and 3?

B. 30-second questions 3 points each

5

__________1.Pete has 8 bottle of developing solution. He uses

1

6

__________2. What percent of 240 is 25% of 192?

__________3. What is the greatest common factor of 288 and 360?

__________4. What is the area of the bottom of a man-made pool of radius 6 m?

__________5. What is the perimeter of an equilateral decagon of side 12

5

6

m? Give the

__________ 6. If I add 17 to my number, then triple the result and finally subtract 45, I get 63.

What is my number?

C. 1-minute questions 5 points each

__________1. The length of a rectangle is twice its width. If the width is 16.5m, what is the

area of the rectangle?

__________2. In the figure, A ------B--------------------C if AB = 52 cm, BC = 63 cm and M is

the midpoint of AC, how long is AM?

__________3. What is the smallest number greater than 6,305 that is divisible by 98?

__________4. Ace had twice as many stamps as Niel. After giving Niel 6 stamps, he still then

had 8 more stamps than Niel. How many stamps had Ace at first?

__________5. Vicky is paid 40 per hour for 8 hours a day and 130% of the regular pay for

any overtime. How much did she earn in a 5-day week when she worked for 50 hours?

__________6. How many bags of cement will you buy to pave a path 34 m long and 2 m wide

if a bag of cement can cover 12 m2 of the path?

Clincher questions

__________1. How many common multiples of 2 and 7 are there between 10 and 60?

__________2. A toy marked 460 was sold at a discount of 15%. How much was paid for it?

__________3. A box is 24 cm long, 18 cm wide and 12 cm high. What is the total surface area?

Do-Or-Die questions

__________1.The gasoline tank of a truck is

5

8

full capacity?

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Grade 4

FIRST NATIONAL METROBANK-MTAP-DECS ELEMENTARY MATH CHALLENGE

Solve each item and write the answer on the blank before the number.

_________ 1. What is the place value of the underlined digit in 572,587?

_________ 2. What is the value of 7 in 975,822?

_________ 3. If 564,780 = 500,000 + N + 4,000 + 700 + 80, what is N?

_________ 4. Write four hundred twelve thousand, sixty-six in figures.

_________ 5. Write DCLXXXIV in Hindu-Arabic.

_________ 6. If 1 is included, how many common factors do 30 and 48 have?

_________ 7. What is 56 more than the quotient of 646 divided by 17?

_________ 8. 87 added to 245 187 results in what number?

_________ 9. How many even numbers are there from 51 to 89?

_________ 10. What number is 27 more than the difference of 123 and 68?

_________ 11. Round 467 and 83 to the nearest 10 and estimate their product.

_________ 12. Write 6 x 104 + 7 x 103 + 8 x 10 + 7 in Hindu-Arabic.

_________ 13. How many thousands are there in 12.5 million?

_________ 14. Find two numbers whose sum is 19 and whose product is 84.

_________ 15. Round off 2576 and 984 to the nearest hundreds and then find their sum.

_________ 16 What is the remainder when 659 is divided by 19?

5

56

5

12

127

8

to an improper fraction.

to a mixed number.

_________ 21. A ribbon is 16 meters long. It is divided into 12 equal parts. How long

is each part?

_________ 22. What is the largest number containing 0, 2, 4, 6 and 9 without any

digit repeated?

_________ 23. Fill in the blank with a digit to make 54,77__ divisible by 6?

_________ 24. Express 180 as a product of prime factors using exponents?

_________ 25. What is the greatest common factor of 36 and 48?

_________ 27. A vendor cut pineapples in eighths. After selling 27 pieces, he had

13 pieces left. How many pineapples did he cut?

__________28. A vendor sold 2/3 of his buko and had 37 left. How many had he at first?

_________ 29. If 382.28 x 100 = 3.8228 x N, what is N?

_________ 30. 5.05 is equal to how many hundredths?

_________ 31. How many 0.25-kg bags of sugar can be filled from a 50-kg bag?

_________ 32. Luz bought 8m of tetoron at 48.50 a meter and 4 zippers at 9.50 each.

How much did she spend in all?

_________ 33. The perimeter of a square is 48 cm. What is the area?

_________ 34. What is the ratio of 32 hours to 2 days?

_________ 35. If N : 9 = 48 : 54, what is N?

_________ 36. John pays 12.50 for each weekly magazine and sells it for 15. If 120 people

get from him, how much does he earn in 10 weeks?

_________ 37. The scale of the plan of a house is 3cm to one meter. If a room is 9 cm.

on the plan, how long is the actual room?

_________ 38. Liza can type 75 words per minute. At this rate about how many minutes will

it take her to type a paper of 970 words?

_________ 39. Mona got 92, 89, 86 and 89. What was her average score?

_________ 40. Express 135% as a fraction in lowest terms.

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_________ 42. A movie lasted for one hour and 45 minutes. It ended at 10:30p.m.

What time did it begin?

_________ 43. The area of a rectangle is 56 cm2 . If one side is 7 cm., what is the perimeter?

_________ 44. A can of paint is needed for 40 m2 of wall. If a wall is 30 meters long and

2.5 meters high, how many cans of paint must be bought?

_________ 45. The perimeter of an isosceles triangle is 55 cm. One of the equal sides is 17 cm.

How long is the base?

2

_________ 46. A truck tank is 5 full. After using 8 liters, the tank is only 3/10 full.

How many liters does it hold when full?

_________ 47. How many times as great is the value of the underlined 4 in 645,348

than the one not underlined?

_________ 48. Nelia has 32 foreign stamps. She has

7

4

2

_________ 49. An H.E. teacher bought 45 pieces of cloth. Each piece is 1 3 meters long.

How many meters of cloth did she buy?

_________ 50. The red lights blink every 3 seconds, the blue every 4 seconds and the green

every 5 seconds. If they blinked together at 7:30p.m., when will they

blink together again?

-2TEST 2- PARTIAL Grade 4

FIRST NATIONAL METROBANK-MTAP-DECS ELEMENTARY MATH CHALLENGE

Solve each item and write the answer on the blank before the number.

_________ 28. If 382.28 x 100 = 3.8228 x N, what is N?

_________ 29. A typhoon is moving at a speed of 87 km per hour. At this rate, how far will

the typhoon be in 4.5 hours?

_________ 30. 6.07 is equal to how many hundredths?

_________ 31. What is the ratio of 32 hours to 2 days?

_________ 32. In a nut mixture, peanuts: cashews: pecans = 5:2:3. How many kilograms

of cashew nuts are in a 50 kg mixture?

_________ 33. Rose can type 60 words per minute. At that rate, how long will it take her

to type 540 words?

_________ 34. What is the average of Liza if she got 92, 89, 85 and 90 in four tests?

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_________ 36. There are 45 students in a class. One Monday, 20% of the class were absent.

How many students were present?

_________ 37. A movie lasted for one hour and 45 minutes. It ended at 10:30 p.m.

What time did it begin?

_________ 38. The perimeter of a square is 48 cm. What is its area?

_________ 39. The area of a rectangle is 108 cm2. If one side is 12 cm, find the perimeter.

_________ 40. How many numbers from 30 to 60 contain the digit 3?

_________ 41. How many square centimeters of plastic will be needed to cover a table

which is 127 cm by 62 cm?

_________ 42. A jewelry box is 12 cm by 6 cm by 10 cm. What is the volume of the box?

_________ 43. A circular flower plot has a radius of 3.5 meters. If you walk 5 times around it,

how many meters will that be? [ = 3.14 ]

_________ 44. Find the perimeter of the figure.

12cm

28cm

42cm

12cm

_________ 45. A lady bought pillow cases at 3 for 100 and sold them at 2 for 100.

She made a profit of 5,000.00 . How many pillow cases did the lady buy?

_________ 46. Rose has 12 meters of cloth. If a dish towel requires 5/6 m, how many dish

towels can Rose make?

_________ 47. Nelia has 32 foreign stamps. She has

7

4

_________ 48. The sum of the digits of a 2-digit number is 12. If the digits are reversed,

the new number is 18 greater than the original number. What is the number?

_________ 49. Nita made 6 more sampaguita garlands than Liza. Together, they made 132.

How many garlands did Nita make?

_________ 50. A school yard is 106 m long and 67 m wide. If a jogger wants to run 5 km a day,

at least how many times must he run around the yard completely to be sure he

has at least jogged 5 km?

-12006 REGIONAL FINALS Metrobank-MTAP-DepEd Math Challenge - Grade 4

A. 15-second questions 2 points each

__________1. Three-fifths of a number is 54. What is half the number?

__________2. What is the remainder when 89 is divided by 7?

__________3. How many 9-stamps can you buy with 100?

__________4. The area of a rectangular garden is 96 m 2. If the width is 8 m, what is its perimeter?

__________5. If 54.5 x 7.8 = 425.1, what is 5.45 x 0.78?

__________6.On a balance, one brick balances 1.5 kg and

2

3

__________7. How many squares of side 5 cm can be cut from a piece of cartolina 50 cm by 48 cm?

__________8. If 42 x 48 = 126 x N, what is N?

__________9. What is the next number in the pattern 5, 8, 12, 17, 23, ___ .

__________10. If 25 is one factor, give another factor so that the product of the two numbers

is between 420 and 490.

__________11. The product of two numbers is 117. If one factor is 4 more than the other, what

are the numbers?

B. 30-second questions 3 points each

__________1. Write 84 as the sum of 3 consecutive whole numbers.

__________2. A 5-gallon container can hold 18.93 liters of liquid. To the nearest tenth, how

many liters equals one gallon?

__________3. Find the difference between the smallest and largest 4-digit number that you can

make using 0, 1, 4 and 6.

__________4. On Johns block, the houses are numbered 34, 35, 36, , 98, 99. How many

houses are on Johns street?

__________5. What number multiplied by itself is equal to the product of 20x80?

__________6. A clerk deposited 45,000 in 500-bills. How many bills did she deposit?

C. 1-minute questions 5 points each

__________1. What is the number nearest to 5000 that is exactly divisible by 86?

__________2. I used of my money plus 10 more in a store. In a second store, I used half of

my remaining money plus 10 more. On leaving the second store, I had exactly 35.

How much money had I at first?

__________3. Rose plants are to be planted about meter apart along the edges of a 8 m

by 7 m rectangular garden. How many plants are needed?

__________4. The length of a rectangle is 6 m more than its width. If the perimeter is 60 m,

what is its area?

__________5. Mr. Santos paid 150 for 2 adult tickets and 2 childrens tickets. Mr. Cruz paid

180 for 2 adult tickets and 3 childrens tickets. How much is each adult ticket?

__________6. Find the actual number of the faces, edges and vertices of a cube.

Metrobank-MTAP-DepEd Math Challenge

I. Write the answer on the blank before the number. [ 2 points each] Time: 75 minutes

__________ 1. What is the place value of 3 in 4.01534?

__________ 2. 1.56 is equal to how many hundredths?

__________ 3. What is the difference between 6 dozen dozens and half a dozen dozens?

__________ 4. Write 5.625 as an improper fraction in lowest terms.

__________ 5. What is the tens digit of (100 x 9) + (20 x 9) + (3 x 9)?

__________ 6. A cyclist covered 50 kilometers at a speed of 12.5 km/hr. How long did it take

him to reach his destination?

__________ 7. How many hours and minutes will it take to count a million at an average

rate of 100 numbers a minute?

__________ 8. A car averages 9 km to each liter of gasoline. How many liters (to the nearest

whole number of liters) are needed to make a round trip to another town 278 km away?

__________ 9. How many segments can you name from the figure?

A

BC

__________ 10. Miss Cruz needs 2.5 dm of ribbon for each certificate. How many meters of

ribbon does she need to prepare 162 of them?

__________ 11. Beth pays 6.00 for a single ride to school. For how many days is 100

enough for her transportation?

__________ 12. Two supplementary angles are in the ratio 2:3. Find the bigger angle.

__________ 13. Jane wants to cover all sides of her sewing box which is 25 cm by 16 cm by

8 cm. What is the total surface to be covered?

__________ 14. A group of soldiers and 3 horses passed by. I counted 50 legs in all.

How many soldiers were there?

__________ 15.Lita had 72 stamps. She gave of them to her sister and of the remaining

stamps to her friend. How many stamps remained with her?

II. Solve each problem on scratch paper and write a neat and complete solution on the space

below. Label your answers. [3 points each]

1.I used

1

3

2

5

2. A rectangular grass lawn is 85 m long and 60 m wide. There is a concrete walk 3 m wide around it

as shown. Find the area of the concrete walk.

3. Two pieces of silver together weigh 55 grams. The two pieces are placed in a balance, one on

each side. An additional weight of 11 grams is placed with the smaller piece. What is the weight of the

small piece?

4.A car wheel has a radius of 3 dm. How many times, to the nearest whole number, will it turn to

22

cover a kilometer? [ = 7 ]

1

3

kg of laundry soap in 5 days. At this rate, about how much laundry soap

III. Solve each problem on scratch paper and write a neat and complete solution on the space

below. [5 points each]

1. Find the values of A, B and C so that the sum of the numbers in the circles along the same line is

the number in the rectangle.

A

137

133

120

2. When the two 4-digit numbers 3A76 and 2B58 are added, the sum is divisible by 9. What value of

A+B will satisfy the given condition? Give 2 pairs of values for A and B.

3. The height of a boy was reported to be 140 cm. The height had been rounded to the nearest 10

cm. If the actual height was a whole number of cm, give all what you think could be his actual height?

Grade 4

Solve each item and write the answer on the blank before the number.

[ 2 points each] Time: 80 minutes

__________ 1. Express 65% as a fraction in lowest terms.

__________ 2. What is the greatest common factor of 96 and 168?

__________ 3.Change

114

9

3

__________ 5.By how much is 10 8

bigger than 6

7

12 ?

__________ 7. The ratio of two numbers is 5:9. If the larger is 108, what is the smaller?

__________ 8. How many bags of cement will be needed for a path 62 m long and 2.5 m wide if

one bag of cement is enough to cover 6 square meters of path?

__________ 9. If 12 x 12 x 12 = 16 x N, what is N?

__________ 10. What is the average speed of a train that traveled 448 kilometers in 8 hours?

__________ 11. A car averages 9 km to each liter of gasoline. How many liters (to the nearest

whole number of liters) are needed to make a round trip to another town 178 km away?

__________ 12. Miss Leni needs 3.2 dm of ribbon for each certificate. How many meters of

ribbon does she need to prepare 125 certificates?

__________ 13. Two supplementary angles are in the ratio 7:8. Find the bigger angle.

__________ 14. Joy read 85 pages of her book in 5 days. Her book contains 220 pages. At the

same rate, how many more days does she need to finish reading the book?

__________ 15. One side of a square garden is 17 m long. By how much is the area increased

if each side is increased by 5 m?

II. Solve each problem on scratch paper. Then, write a neat and complete solution on the

space provided . Label all answers. [3 points each]

1. Liza has three 5-peso coins and one 10-peso coin. Ruth has five 5-peso coins and one 10-peso

coin. How much more money do they need to buy an umbrella that costs 95.75 for their mother?

2. Two pieces of silver together weigh 55 grams. The two pieces are placed in a balance, one on

each side. An additional weight of 11 grams is placed with the smaller piece. What is the weight of the

small piece?

-13. A kilo of oranges cost 20.00. It contains about 8 pieces. A vendor bought 30 kilos and sold them

at 3 oranges for 10. How much did he gain if he sold all?

4. Letty bought 90 mangoes. If 34 of the mangoes were not ripe, what percent to the nearest whole

percent of the mangoes were ripe?

5.I spent

1

3

1

2

second store with exactly P90. How much money had I at first?

III. Solve each problem on scratch paper. Then, write a neat and complete solution on

the space provided . Label all answers. [5 points each]

1. Rose received 1.60 in change in 5, 10 and 25. She received 17 coins in all. How many of

each kind did she receive?

2. When the two 4-digit numbers 3A76 and 2B58 are added, the sum is divisible by 9. What value of

A+B will satisfy the given condition? Give any 3 numbers with A and B replaced by digits so that the

sum of the two numbers is divisible by 9.

3. The perimeter of a square is 3 times the perimeter of an isosceles triangle. One side of the square

is 21 cm. The base of the triangle is 1 cm longer than a side. If the height of the triangle is 7.5 cm,

find the area of the triangle.

-2-

Grade 4

I. Solve each item on scratch paper and write the answer on the blank before the number. [2

points each]

__________1.What is 78 more than the sum of 97 and 189?

__________2.2008 1993 is equal to 98 _____ .

__________3.Carol bought 2 dozen pair of socks. If the pair of socks cost P28.50, what is the cost

of 2 dozen pair of socks?

__________4.(77 + 77 + 77) 7 = 66 ____ .

__________5.What is the tens digit of (100 x 9) + (30 x 9) + (7 x 9)?

__________6.If today is Wednesday, what day was it 100 days ago?

__________7.What is the smallest 5-digit number not ending in zero?

__________8.What is the smallest number that has 15, 24 and 32 as divisors?

__________9.If 227 is divided by 4, what is the product of the quotient and the remainder?

__________10.If 346 x 5 607 = 1 940 022, what is 34.6 x 56.07?

__________11.What is the difference between 6 dozen dozens and half a dozen dozens.

__________12.How many hours and minutes will it take to count a million at an average rate

of 100 a minute?

__________13.Peter made the smallest possible square with rectangular cards 8 cm by 10 cm.

How many cards did he use?

__________14.A car race started at 3:43 P.M. and ended at 5:57 P.M. At what time was the

race about half finished?

__________15.If the pattern of the name Lizzle, LIZZLELIZZLE . . . continues, what will be the

523rd letter?

II. Solve each item on scratch paper; then write a neat and complete solution on the space

provided. [3 points each]

1.A group of soldiers and 5 dogs passed by. I counted 68 legs in all. How many soldiers were there?

2.Jon planned his practice for a marathon. He will run 1 km the first day, and twice as far each day as

the day before after that. On which day will Jon run more than 20 km?

3.The diameter of a cigarette, 7 cm long is 7.5 mm. How many cigarettes can be packed in a box

which measures 7 cm by 15 cm by 3 cm internally?

5.How many digits are printed by a printer that prints all the numbers from 1 to 728 inclusive?

III. Solve on scratch paper; then write a neat and complete solution on the space provided. [5

points each]

1. A lawn is 45 m long and 30 m wide. There is a path, 5 m wide around it. Make a diagram of the

problem and find the

a. area of the lawn

b. area of the lawn and path

c. the area of the path

d. ratio of the area of the path to the area of the lawn.

2. Ronnie is thinking of a 3-digit number less than 500. If he exchanges the ones and hundreds, the

new number is 396 more. If he exchanges the ones and tens, the new number is 18 more. Find as

many numbers as you can of which Ronnie could be thinking.

3. A fruit-seller bought 5 boxes of oranges at P450 a box. There were 60 oranges in each box. He

4

threw away 20 rotten oranges. He sold 7 of the good oranges at P10 each, and the rest at P9.50

each. How much did he gain?

ANSWER

KEYS

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

TEST 1- FIRST NATIONAL

1. ten thousand

2. 70,000

3. 60,000

4. 412,066

5. 684

6. 4 (1, 2, 3 & 6)

7. 94

8. 145

9. 19

10. 82

11. 37,600

12. 67,087

13. 12,500

14. 7 and 12

15. 3,600

16. 13

17. 15

4

18. 7

19.

101

12

7

8

20. 15

21. 1

1

3

22. 96,420

23. 4

24. 22 x 32 x 5

25. 12

26. 144

27. 5

28. 111

29. 10,000

30. 505

31. 200

32. 426

33. 144 cm2

34. 2 : 3

35. 8

36. 3,000

37. 3m

38. almost 13 mins

39. 89

27

7

40. 20 or 1 20

41. 65%

42. 8:45 pm

43. 30 cm

7

44. 1 8 cans or 2 cans

45. 21 cm

46. 80L

47. 1000

48. 88

49. 75 m

50. 7:31 pm

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

TEST 2- FIRST NATIONAL

28. 10,000

29. 391.5 km

30. 607

31. 2 : 3

32. 10

33. 9 mins

34. 89

35. 65%

36. 36

37. 8:45 p.m.

38. 144 cm2

39. 42 cm

40. 12

41. 7,874 cm2

42. 720 cm3

43. 110 m

44. 140 cm

45. 300

46. 14

47. 88

48. 57

49. 69

50. 15

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

2005 ELIMINATION

1. 2,046,089

2. hundred thousands

3. 70,000.

4. 45,763,854

5. 54,000

6. 67,096

7. 10,245

8. 4998

9. 24000

10. 1,800

11. >

12. 14 and 7

13. 412

14. 7

15. 25 x 3 x 13

16. 18

17. 216

18. 3,500

19. 375

20. 25,000

21. 44

22. 6

23. 10

24. 11

25. 4 and 14

26. 5

27. 23

4

28. 6 9

29.

38

7

30. 7

31. 41

32. 2:5

33. 22

15

34. 19

35. 6 cm.

36. 28

37. 117

38. 8:15

39. 32

40. 62 m.

41. 234 m2

42. 60 m3

43. 816

44. 74

45. 391.00

46. 112

47. 174 cm.

48. 1188 cm2

49. e

50. 16 and 625

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

2006 ELIMINATION

1. 15,070,708

2. ten thousands

3. 600,000

4. 444

5. 50,000

6. 1000

7. 56,809

8. 90

9. 59

10. 24

11. 12

12. 252

13. 31

14. 6 and 12

15. 17

16. 105

17. 8

18. 23 x 32 x 5

19. 291

20. 8

21. 5

22. 98

23. 536

24. 400

25. 169 cm2

26. 1:10

27. 6

28. 7.32

29. 17 cm

30. 21 cm

5

31. 20 8

32. 28

5

12

33. 60%

34. 21 cm

35. 4

36. 19.5 m

37. 10

38. 86.75

39. 65.36

40. 2 hours 46 min

41. 69

42. 9 h

43. 7

44. 7

45. 6

46. obtuse

47. 1 1/12

48. Saturday

49. 65

50. 325

44. 49

45. 45

46. 96

47. 150

48. 700

49. 1.2 kg

50. 7

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

2007 ELIMINATION

1. 4 002 050 650

2. 30 000 000

3. 11 000

4. 7173

5. 102 345

6. 746

7. 81

8. 6 and 9

9. 7758 or C

10. 210

11. 15.056

12. 6

103

13. 12

14. 10

3

13

15. 57 or

57

12

16. 78.09

17. 8.830

18. 9:17 or

19. 17:30 or

9

17

17

30

20. 108

21. 2 x 3 x 52 x 7

22. 30

23. 600

24. 9

25. 247

26. 13

27. 128.85

28. 371.15

29. 102 cm

30. 602.64 cm2

31. 855

32. 99

33. 735

34. 355

35. 10.7

36. 5800

37. 112

38. 332.5

39. 52o

40. 31.05

41. 22 cm

42. 95o

43. 40 m

A. 15-second questions

1. 90,000

2. 9

3. 100

4. 18 dm

5. 45

6. 11, 13, 17, 19

7. 16

8. 6

9. 3, 16

10. 14 & 21

11. 79

B. 30-second questions

1. 27 m.

2. 47.1 dm

3. 10

4. 24

5. 37.5 cm2

6. 864 cm2

C. 1-minute questions

1. 6908 cm3

2. 357

3. 500

4. 153

5. 36

6. 930

Clincher questions

1. 5

2. 22 x 32 x 11

3. 5 : 4

Do-Or-Die questions

1. 31.5

2. 17

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

A. 15-second questions

1. 2 : 3

2. 9998

3. 35

4. 284

5. 25,000

6. 82

7. 133

8. 36

9. 120 cm

10. 754

11. 9999

B. 30-second questions

1. 40567

2. 58.40

3. 35.45m

4. 790,000

5. 98 m2

6. 229 kg

C. 1-minute questions

1. 637.50

2. 240

3. 6 km

4. 180

5. 160

6. 8514, 8532

Clincher questions

1. 50m

2. 60

3. 7.50

Do-Or-Die question

1. 40 1-coins

and

20 5-coins

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

2006 Division Team

Competition

A. 15-second questions

1. 4

2. 2n + 13

3. 6

4. 16

5. 72

6. 87

13

7. 10

8. 68o

9. 2.6 km

10. 9

11. 76.000

B. 30-second questions

1. 266

2. 900

3. 158.75 cm

4. 23

5. 297

n

6.

4 cm

C. 1-minute questions

1. 9

2. 56 m

3.

4.

5.

6.

1.76

1,795.50

324 cm2

240

Clincher questions

1. 59.192

2. 28

3. 6.55m

Do-Or-Die questions

1. Rita 75.50

Lily 127.50

ANSWER KEYS

GRADE 4

2007 Division Team

Competition

A. 15-second questions

1. 7 x 13

2. 17,000

3. 4170

4. 88

5. 11, 12

6. 5

7. 8

8. 29/5

9. 3.2

10. 48

11. 22 500

B. 30-second questions

1. Lyn

2. 16

3. h

1

4. 10 3

5. 48

6. 120 cm

C. 1-minute questions

1. 15 chickens,6 pigs

2. 1,050

3. 15.20

4. 209

5. 19.25 m2

6. 49

Clincher questions

1. 3

2. 50.61

3. 5, 13

Do-Or-Die questions

1. 9

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

2008 Division Orals

A. 15-second questions

1. 144

2. 10

3. 980

4. 60

5. 2

6. 101

7. 21

8. 24

9. 9, 15

10. 45

11. 30

B. 30-second questions

1. 18 cm

2. 7

3. 7

4. 9

5. 179

6. 42

C. 1-minute questions

1. 120

2. 4.8 cm by 6.4cm

3. 36

4. 54 km

5. 7 [1 pack of 10 and 6

packs of 15]

6. Becomes 9 times

Clincher questions

1. 45 years

2. 6

3. 1080

Do-Or-Die questions

1. 4

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

2005 Regional Finals

A. 15-second questions

1. 68%

2. 44

3. 165

4. 54

5. 200

6. 50

7. 10

8. 72

9. 70

10. 1/3

11. 12 min

B. 30-second questions

65

1.

8

2.

3.

4.

5.

6.

680

84

142 m

37

697

C. 1-minute questions

1. 32 m

2. 128

3. 6:42 P.M.

4. 36 km/h

5. 44m2

28 4-legged

2. 303

Clincher questions

1. 4

2. 382.50

3. 1872 cm2

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

2005 SECTORAL FINALS

Do-Or-Die questions

1. 45, 60, 75, 90

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

A. 15-second questions

1. 4200

2. 1, 4, 7

3. 480

4. 144 cm2

5. 225

6. 7

7. 12

8. 23.00

9. Any one of 24, 25, 26

10. 48

11. 4,600

A. 15-second questions

1. 45

2. 5

3. 11

4. 40 m

5. 4.251

6. 4.5 kg

7. 90

8. 16

9. 30

10. 17, 18 or 19,

accept one

11. 9, 13

B. 30-second questions

1. 27+28+29

2. 3.8

3. 5384

4. 66

5. 40

6. 90

C. 1-minute questions

1. 4988

2. 200

3. 60

4. 216 m2

5. 45

6. 26

ANSWER KEYS

GRADE - 4 MTAP

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

2004 SECTORAL FINALS

A. 15-second questions

3

1. 16

2.

3.

4.

5.

6.

7.

25

105

140

995,522

405

21

8. 170, accept

9. 13

170

100

5

9

10. 1500

11. 22

B. 30-second questions

1. 10

2. 162

2

3. 126 3 m.

4. 10.50

5. 18 yrs. old

6. 52 km.

C. 1-minute questions

1. L = 24m, W = 12 m

2. 6

3. 50

4. 38

5. 1855

6. 7, 9, 11

Clincher questions

1. 4

2. 382.50

3. 400

Do-Or-Die questions

1. 22 3-legged

and

B. 30-second questions

1. 175

2. 247

3. 36.00

4. 18 min

5. 61

6. 36

C. 1-minute questions

1. 2240

2. 250.00

3. 24 x 3 x 5 x 7

4. 494.25

5. 19

6. 85 and 96

Clincher questions

1. 17

2. 510

3. 198

Do-Or-Die questions

1. 24

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

2006 SECTORAL FINALS

A. 15-second questions

1. 77.8

2. 42

37

3. 37; accept 1000

4.

5.

6.

7.

8.

9.

98

260

995,533

34

Square garden

72

1

10. 3

11. 12

B. 30-second questions

1. 10

3. 72

4. 113 or 113.04 m2

1

5. 128 3 m

6. 19

C. 1-minute questions

1. 544.5 m2

2. 57.5 cm

3. 6370

4. 40

5. 2120

6. 6

Clincher questions

1. 4

2. 391

3. 1872 cm2

Do-Or-Die questions

1. 136 L

2004 ELIMINATION

1. 24,000

2. 15

3. 2,078,605

4. 3000

5. 16

6. 108

7. 9 zeroes

8. 70,693

7 x 104 = 70,000

6 x 102 =

600

9 x 10 =

90

3

=

3

70,693

9. <

10. c. 26 = 13 x 2 x 1

11. 6 and 16 24. 15.7 m

x = 1st number

22 x = 2nd number

product = 96

=2x2x2x2x2x3

Factors

Sum

1 x 96

97

2 x 48

50

3 x 32

35

4 x 24

28

6 x 16

22

8 x 12

20

12. 1,479

13. 1 = 56,N78

5+6+N+7+8=

26 + N

N = 27 26

N=1

14. 22 x 32 x 5 x 7

15. 41,574

16. 4

17. 3,500

3000 + 4000 = 3500

2

18. 3,116

19. 318

17 pages

x 18 stamps/pg

=306

18th pg. + 12

318

20. 13

21. Subtract

22. 40

x= smaller

x+16=bigger

x : x+16=3 : 5

3(x+16)=5x

3x+48=5x

48=2x

24=x

23. .25 cm : 9 dm

.25 cm = 90 cm

[ cm = 90 cm] 4

1cm = 360 cm

24. 15.7 m

30 m (55 x 0.26m)

30 m14.30 = 15.70m

25. 7400

26. 20

6

2

3

20

3

1

3

=20

103

27. 12

7

11

28. 11

29.

11

13

30.

3

4

54 = 2 x 3 x 3x 3 = 3

72 2 x 2 x 2x 3 x 3 4

31. 10

32. 2

5

12 m

5

12

33. 92

Boys = 230 x 2/5 = 92

34. 12 : 35

35. 171

4 Mangoes = 38

Dozen and a half = 18

Mangoes

4 : 38 = 18 : P

4P = 38 x 18

P = 684

P = 171

36. 40

37. 93.67 or 93 2/3

38. 9 mins.

6 x 0.3 x 5 = 9

minutes

39. 108 m

40. 5 bags

41. 196 m2

V = 10 x 12 x 8

V = 960 dm3

V = 960 liters

43.160 m

44. 33

45. 45o

3 = 1 x 360o = 45o

24

8

46. 12 ( 45, 50-59, 65)

47. 415

2

5

bus =

of 975

390

car =

1

5

of 97 25 =

170

560

public = 975 560 = 415

48. 86

Aida = 12 + Anna

Anna = Aida - 12

Aida + Anna = 160

Aida + Aida 12 =160

2Aida = 160 + 12

2Aida = 172

Aida = 86

49. 215.50

50. 4,840 m2

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