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MATH QUIZ (Individual-Written

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Contestant’s Code Number:
KEY TO CORRECTION

GRADE 4

SCORE

Category A:

2016 DIVISION FESTIVAL OF TALENTS

General Instruction: Write your final answer on the space provided before each item.
Part I. No solution is required for this part of the quiz. Two points will be given for every correct answer.
Hundreds

1. What is the place value of the only odd digit in 284 360?

165

2. What is the smallest number that is divisible by 3, 5, and 11?

123

3. Mr. Rio harvested 2 937 cacaos. He plans to place 24 cacaos in a basket.
About how many baskets would he need?

8

4. What is 3 × 3 − 3 + 6 ÷ 3?

17

5. What is the sum of all the prime factors of 210?

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6. Reduce 192 to its lowest term.

28

7. Give the product between the remainders of 89 ÷ 5 and 95 ÷ 8.

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8. How many parts of a millennium is 45 decades?

70
40

120

9. A farmer planted 1 680 pineapples equally in 24 rows. How many pineapples
were planted in each row?
10. All numbers below are composite EXCEPT two. Identify which two are not
composite and give their sum:
15, 17, 18, 21, 23, 35, 39.

Part II. Each question is worth a maximum of three points. Solutions are needed to earn partial scores.
Write your solutions on the spaces provided after each item.
1. In a restaurant, Rody works as a waiter every 3 days, Benny works as a cook
12
every 2 days, and Glory works as a dishwasher every four days. If they are
all present today, how many days from now will they all be present at work?
1 point

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2. On his birthday, Alan was given 350 pesos by Ninang Leila, then he spends
120 pesos. He was then given 235 pesos by Ninong Antonio, and he again
spends 150 pesos. Finally, his Tito Ronald gave him 280 pesos. What part
(in fraction) of the total amount he was given was the amount he has left?
1 point
2 points

18

The sums for both the amount spent (270 pesos) and amount earned (865) are
both correct.
595
The answer given is
which is not in lowest term.
865

3. How much bigger is the product of 25 × 18 from the quotient of 2 592 ÷ 6?
1 point
2 points

5:49 AM

It is evident that contestant used the concept of GCF in solving no matter how
unsuccessful.

Either the product, 450, or the quotient, 432 is correct.
The product, 450, and the quotient, 432 are both correct even if the final answer is
incorrect.

4. Noli and Ted decided to go jogging. They both started jogging at 4:25 AM.
Noli finished and say goodbye to Ted after 48 minutes. Ted continued
jogging for 36 more minutes after Noli left. What time did Ted finish
jogging?
1 point

The contestant added the time spent on jogging by both Noli and Ted, 84 min.

PhP 90.00

5. Korina has thirty 20-peso bills, five 50-peso bills, and seven 100-peso bills
while Mel has one hundred twenty 5-peso coins, and fifty-two 20-peso bills.
How much more money does Mel have than Korina?
1 point
2 points

Either Korina’s money (PhP 1550) or Mel’s money (PhP 1640) has been correctly
summed up.
Both Korina’s money (PhP 1550) and Mel’s money (PhP 1640) have been correctly
summed up.

Part III. Each question is worth a maximum of five points. Solutions are needed to earn partial scores.
Write your solutions on the spaces provided after each item.
1. Corazon and Ferdinand each spend P 20 per day for food in school, P 10
each per day for school supplies. They also ride the jeep to school and back
PhP 40.00
home for which the fare is P 8. If their mother gives them P 500. How much
will be left after five days?
3 points
4 points

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3 points
4 points
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5

3

1

6

4

12

2. Solve: + −
1 point

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The combined daily expenses, PhP 92.00, of Corazon and Ferdinand have been
correctly identified.
The total expenses for 5 days, PhP 460.00, of Corazon and Ferdinand have been
correctly identified.
1

5

2

12

+ −

. Express answer as a mixed number.

Contestant determined the correct LCD of 12
Contestant expressed all fractions into their equivalent fractions with
10
9
1
6
5
denominator 12:
+ − + −
12
12
12
12
12
The final answer is

19
12

which is not in mixed number form.

3. Give the perimeter of the figure below. Express answer as a mixed number.
2 points

The contestant added all measurements in the figure, signifying that s/he
understands the concept of perimeter.
Contestant identified the correct LCD and transformed all fractions into their
equivalent forms:

3 points

24 12 12 12
10
15 20
5
+
+
+
+1 +1 +
+1
30 30 30 30
30
30 30
30

4 points

The final answer is not in lowest term or not expressed as a mixed number but is
correct.

1

2

6

3

1 m

m
1

1 m
2

4
5

m
2
5

m

2
5

m

1

1 m
3