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1.) If N 15 + 10 – 2 × 5 = N× 3, what is N?

Answer: 5

2.) The clock reads 4 o’clock. What is the degree measure of the angle formed by the

hands of the clock?

Answer: 120 degrees

3.) The length, width, and height of a rectangular box, respectively are 5 cm, 8 cm, and

11 cm. What is its surface area?

Answer: 366 cm^2

Answer: y = 3^2

5.) Lita’s money was 5/4 Zeny’s money. When Jane gave Zeny Php 9.00, Lita’s money

became equal to the total money that Zeny then had. How much was Lita’s money?

Answer: Php 45.00

6.) A cube with a volume of 64 cubic cm is divided into 8 congruent cubes. What is the

length of a side of a smaller cube?

Answer: 2

7.) A dress costing Php 350.00 was on sale at 10% off. Not sold, it was again made on

sale at another 10% off. What was the total percent of discount?

Answer: 19%

8.) Jane used 2/5 of her savings to buy a gift for her mother. She used 1/3 of her

remaining savings to buy a gift for her sister. What fraction of her savings was left?

Answer: 2/5

9.) The length of a rectangle is 2 more than twice its width. If its perimeter is 22 cm,

what is its length?

Answer: 8cm

10.) Two-thirds of the length of a stick is 5 ½ popsicle sticks long. If a popsicle stick is 7

cm, how long is the stick?

Answer: 57.75

11.) Julia had 60 paperback books. She gave 2/3 of the books for the Book Lovers Club.

How many did Julia keep?

Answer: 20

1.) Jane has Php 48.00 and Ria has Php 64.00. They decided to contribute money to buy

flowers costing Php 80.00 for their mother. If Jane contributes 2/3 of her money, what

fraction of her money will Ria contribute?

Answer: 3/4

2.) Lyn tried to sell a blouse with a 10% profit. Not sold, she decided to sell it with a

certain discount. If it is sold, she will still have a 4.5% profit. How many percent is the

discount?

Answer: 5%

3.)A new rectangle was formed when the perimeter of an original rectangle with width 3

cm was doubled. If the area of the new rectangle is 60 cm^2, what is the length of the

original rectangle?

Answer: 5 cm

4.) Shown below are the 4th, 5th, 6th, and 7th … terms of a sequence a, b, c, 38, 47, 56,

65 … What is the sum a + b + c of the first three terms of the sequence?

Answer: 60

5.) The surface area of a rectangular box is 592 cm^2. The edges of two faces are 10 cm

and 8 cm. What is the other dimension?

Answer: 12 cm

6.) The average of 4 numbers is 67.5. When one number was removed, the average

became 65. What number was removed?

Answer: 75

1.) Mario glues together 72 cubes with 2 cm edges to form a solid rectangular brick. If

the perimeter of the base is 28 cm, find the height of the brick in centimeters.

Answer: 12 NOTE: the solid is 6 cm by 8 cm by 12 cm

2.) Observe the sequence: 10, 13, 16, 19 … What is the 30th term in the sequence?

Answer: 97

3.) Shown below are the 4th, 5th, and 6th … terms of a sequence. a, b, c, 38, 47, 56 …

What is the sum a + b + c of the first three terms of the sequence?

Answer: 60

4.) The average of four numbers was 55. When one number was added to these

numbers, the new average became 60. What number was added?

Answer: 80

5.) In a Grade 6 class, each pupil either likes Mathematics or Science or both subjects.

There are 26 pupils like Mathematics and 30 pupils who like Science. If 14 pupils like

both Mathematics and Science, how many students are there in the class?

Answer: 42

6.) A cube with a volume of 64 cubic cm is divided by 8 cubes of the same dimensions,

what is the length of a side of a smaller cube?

Answer: 2

Clincher Question

1.) ½ of 3/6 of 5/10 of 7/14 of a number is equal to 8^2. What is the exponent of the

number when it is expressed into its prime factorization?

Answer: 10

2.) What is the greatest number of possible points of intersection of a circle and

pentagon?

Answer: 10

3.) The distance from Ormoc City to Tacloban City is 110 km. If Joy left Ormoc at 5:00

am and reached Tacloban at 7:30, what was Joy’s average speed for the journey?

Answer: 44 km per hour

Do or Die Question

Answer: 0, 1, 2, 3

Solve each problem. Draw a figure to help you when necessary.

1.) What number is 27 more than difference of 95 and 36?

4.) The smallest number that has 12, 30 and 36 as factor is _____.

8.) How many times as great is the underlined 8 in 8 576 485 than the 8 that is not

underlined?

9.) What is the smallest digit that can be place in the blank so that 67 __ 45 is divisible

by 3?

11.) If 3 108 x 235 =730 380, what is 31.08 × 2.35 to the nearest hundredth?

14.) Which of the following is divisible by 6?

a) 789 108 452

b) 789 108 461

c) 789 108 474

15.) A man travels at 56 km/hr. How far can he go in 3 ¾ hours?

16.) Two scouts brought two pieces of rope of lengths 6 ¾ m and 8 2/3 m for their

camp. How long are the two pieces together?

17.) Nene bought 9 bags of sugar each weighing 2 ½ kg. How many kilograms of sugar

did Nene buy?

18.) Alice bought 8 ¾ m of cloth. She used 3 4/5 m for a gown. How much cloth

remained?

19.) Change 129/9 to a mixed number with the fraction part in lowest terms.

22) Change 375% to a mixed number with the fraction part in lowest terms.

23.) In a class of 50 students, 19 are girls. What percent of the class are boys?

25.) What is the simple interest on P6 500.00 for 3 years at 18% a year?

Answers

1.) 86

2.) 24 × 32 × 5 × 7

3.) 70 000 000

4.) 180

5.) 7/38

6.) 7.899

7) 20 000

8.) 100 000

9.) 2

10.) 1 900

11.) 73.04

12.) 158

13.) 19cm

14.) c

15.) 210km

16.) 15.42m or 15 5/12

17.) 22 ½ or 22.5

18.) 4 19/20

19.) 14 1/3

20.) 79.8

21.) 137.5%

22.) 3 ¾

23.) 62%

24.) 9.69

25.) P3 510.00

26.) What percent of 75 is 15?

27.) The marked price of P1 500.00 of a dress includes a 20% gain. What is its buying

price?

28.) Mang Tirso has a basic salary of P15 500.00 a month. He also gets 5% of the sales

for amounts beyond P100 000.00 as commission. How much did e earn in a month

when he sold P282 000.00 worth of goods?

29.) During a sale, Anne paid P1 512.00 for a dress marked P1 800.00. What percent is

the discount?

30.) Triangle ABC is isosceles. One leg is 13cm and the base is 7cm less than twice the

length a leg. What is the perimeter of ∆ABC?

32.) What is the area of the shaded part if the radius is 9cm? (Use π ≈ 3.14)

33.) A rectangular tank is 1.8m long, 1.4m wide and 1.2m high. What is the volume in

litres?

36.) How many rays can be named from the figure?

37.) The car of Mr. Cruz consumes 8 litres of gasoline to cover 84km. At that rate, how

far can it go

with 10 litres?

38.) A rectangular garden is 8m long and 6m wide. How many santan bushes 4dm apart

can be planted along its edges?

39.) A picture 15cm by 10cm is framed on a piece of cardboard 19cm by 14cm. What area

of the cardboard can be seen?

41.) How many 1dm square tiles are needed for a bathroom 2.4m by 1.8m?

42.) Two angles of a triangle are 65° and 52°. What is the third angle?

43.) The scale of a map is 1cm to 50km. Two cities are 6.5cm apart on the map. How

many kilometers apart are they?

44.) The monthly income of a family is P12 500.00 of which P4 375.00 is spent for food.

If a circle graph represents their monthly expenses, how many degrees represent food

expenses?

45.) How many numbers greater than 100 but less than 200 give a remainder of 3 when

divided by 7?

46.) A certain clock loses 15 minutes every hour. If the clock is set to the correct time at

9:00a.m., what will the correct time be when the slower clock shows 9:00 a.m. the next

day?

47.) A room is 6m long, 4.5m wide and 4m high. The four walls and ceiling are to be

painted but NOT the doors and windows. If the doors and windows have an area of

14m2, what is the area to be painted?

48.) A pyramid-like circus tent has a 32m by 28m rectangular base. If it is 15m high,

what volume of air does it enclose?

49.) Liza arranged 66 roses in seven vases. Some vases had 6 red roses and the others

had 12 pink roses. How many vases had red roses?

50.) Lina gas 38 US stamps and 42 other foreign stamps. Her Philippine stamps are 8

fewer than twice as many as all the other stamps. How many stamps in all has she?

15-Second Questions

2.) What is the product if the prime numbers between 50 and 60?

3.) Give two numbers whose product is 90 and whose difference is 13.

4.) What whole number values of k will make the sentence 2 – k > 8 true?

7.) Fe withdraws P10 000.00 in 20-peso bills. How many bills did she receive?

10.) Bob has 8 times as much money as Tim. Together, they have P1 260.00. How much

money does Tim have?

12.) A family earns P24 200.00 a month. If they save 5% of it, how much do they save?

30-Second Questions

1.) Two numbers are in the ratio 4:5. If their sum is 135, what is the bigger number?

2.) What is the three times the product of the prime numbers between 20 and 30?

3.) Mike had P1 500.00. He bought a shirt for P325.00 and a pair of shoes. If he had

only P35.00 left, how much did he pay for the shoes?

4.) A square is 8 ½ on each side. If three squares are placed side by side, what is the

perimeter of the rectangle formed?

5.) The cost of an item is increased from P250.00 to P350.00. What is the percent

increase?

6.) The radius of a bicycle wheel is 35.5cm. What is its circumference? [Use π ≈ 3.14]

7.) A water hose sprays water at the rate of 10 litres per minute. How long will it take to

fill a swimming pool that holds 24 000L of water? Give the answer in number of days as

a mixed number.

1-Minute Questions

1.) A car uses 10L of gasoline in covering 85km. How many litres of gasoline will the

same car use to cover 297.5km?

2.) In the sequence 4, 7, 10, …, 292, 295, 298, what is the position of the term 298?

3.) Norma invested P5 000.00 and P3 500.00 at 5% and 4.2% annual interest,

respectively. How much money will she have at the end of one year?

4.) If the number of units in the circumference of a circle is the same as the number of

square units in its area, what is the diameter of the circle?

5.) Robert can paint a room in 12 hours. His helper can do the same work in 24 hours.

How long will it take them to paint the room together?

6.) One number is 5 more than 3 times another number. The sum of the two numbers is

157. Find the bigger number.

7.) A piece of soap is 10cm long, 4cm wide and 3cm thick. How many pieces can be

packed in a box 6dm by 3dm by 2dm?

8.) How much will the square tiles for a rectangular floor 2.7m long and 2.1m wide cost

if each tile is 15cm on a side and cost P25.00?

Answer Key

15-Second Questions

1.) 196

2.) 3 127

3.) 5 and 18

4.) 0, 1, 2, 3

5.) 11 000

6.) 120

7.) 500

8.) 65%

9.) 26cm

10.) P140.00

11.) 999 000

12.) P1 210.00

30-Second Questions

1.) 75

2.) 2 001

3.) P1 140.00

4.) 68cm

5.) 40%

6.) 222.94cm

7.) 1 2/3

1-Minute Questions

1.) 35

2.) 99th

3.) P8 897.00

4.) 4 units

5.) 8 hours

6.) 119

7.) 300

8.) P6 300.00

2009 METROBANK-MTAP-DEPED MATH CHALLENGE NATIONAL FINALSGRADE 6

TEAM ORALPart 1: 15 seconds (11 items)

1.Manila time is 4 hours ahead of Dubai time. A trip from Manila to Dubai,

t a k e s nine hours. What time will you arrive in Dubai if you leave Manila at 8:00 P.M.?Solution8:00 P.M.

+ 9 hours is 5:00 A.M.5:00 A.M. – 4 hours is 1:00 A.M.Answer:

1:00 A.M.

2.How many digits are there in the number N = 2

10

x5

8

?Solution2

10

x5

8

= (2 x 5)

8

x2

2

= 10

8

x 4 = 100 000 000 x 4 = 4 000 000 000Answer:

9

3.The faces of a big cube are painted. Then the cube is cut into 125 unit cubes. Howmany

of the unit cubes have exactly two painted faces each?Solution bottom layer: 4 x 3 unit cubesupper layer:

4 x 3 unit cubesmiddle layers: 4 x 3 unit cubestotal number of unit cubes with exactly two painted faces

each = (4 x 3) + (4 x 3)+ (4x3)Answer:

36

4.What is the smallest number which when multiplied by 20 will give a

p e r f e c t cube?Solution20 = 2

2

x 5So the smallest number that should be multiplied by 20 so that the product is a perfect

cube is 2 x 5

2

which is equal to 50.Answer:

50

5.On a quiz show, each question is worth four times as much

a s t h e p r e v i o u s question. The fourth question is worth P1,600. How much was the first

questionworth?Solution1600

÷

4

÷

4

÷

4 = 25Answer:

P25

6 . I n 3 _ _ _ 6 _ _ _ ( -9), what two different basic operations can you place in the

___ that will result to the least answer?SolutionThe bigger the absolute value of a negative

number, the smaller is the negativenumber. So x (for multiplication) should be placed before -9.÷

(for division) cannot be placed after 3 because it will be performed first and performing

division then multiplication will not result to the least answer.- ( f o r s u b t r a c t i o n ) c a n n o t b e

p l a c e d a f t e r 3 a l s o b e c a u s e 3 – 6 i s - 3 w h i c h w h e n multiplied by -9 gives a positive

answer,Therefore, + (for addition) should be placed after 3. So, 3 + 6 x (-9) = -51Answers:

a

71

so that theresult becomes 4 times?Solution4 times

71

is

74

.But

74

is equivalent to

148

, s o 7 s h o u l d b e a d d e d t o b o t h t h e n u m e r a t o r a n d denominator of

71

.That is,

741487771

==++

.Answer:

7

8.In an election, one of the two candidates got 45% of the votes and this was

2 0 votes less than that of the other candidate. How many votes did the winner get?SolutionTotal number

of votes = 20

÷

(55% - 45%) = 20

÷

.10 = 200 Number of votes of the winner = 200 x .55 = 110Answer:

110

9 . W h a t i s t h e s u m o f t h e e v e n n u m b e r s f r o m 1 t o 1 0 0 ? Solution2 + 4 + 6 + … 96 + 98 +

100Pair the numbers so that each pair will total 102 as shown above. Then multiply102 by

the number of pairs which is 25.So 25 x 102 = 2550Answer:

2550

10.Use all the 4 one-digit prime numbers to form two fractions with the

s m a l l e s t possible sum. What are the fractions?SolutionThese prime numbers are 2, 3, 5, and 7.For the

sum of the two fractions to be the smallest, their denominators must be 5and 7. Now,

35297352

=+

while

35317253

=+

.

Answers:

7352

,

11.By how many percent is the volume of a rectangular prism increased when thelength and

the height are each doubled?SolutionOriginal volume = l x w x h New volume = 2 x l x w x 2 x h = 4 x l x

w x hIncrease = 400% - 100% = 300%Answer:

300%Part 2: 30 seconds (5 items)

2102102

1.There are many numbers which divide 109 with a remainder of 4. List ALL two-digit

numbers that have this property.Solution109 – 4 = 105105 = 3 x 5 x 7Multiply two factors of 105 at a

time, i.e. 3 x 5, 3 x 7, and 5 x 7.Answers:

15, 21, 35

2.Nic puts together 42 one-cm cubes to form a rectangular prism. If the perimeter of the

base is 18 cm, what is the height of the prism?SolutionThe area of the base must be a divisor of 42.But

42 = 3 x 7 x 2. For the perimeter to be 18 cm, the base must be 7 cm x 2 cm.Therefore the

height of the prism is 3 cm.Answer:

3 cm

3.Colored pens are sold in packs of 3 pens or packs of 5 pens. What is

t h e l e a s t number of packs one needs to buy to have exactly 42 colored pens?SolutionTo obtain the

least number of packs, maximize the packs of 5.42

÷

5 = 8 remainder 2The sum of the smallest multiple of 5 and the remainder 2 that is divisible by 3 is12.So,

4 packs of 3 pens and 6 packs of 5 pens. And 4 + 6 = 10.

Answer:

10

4.On four long quizzes where the scores could be from 0 to 50, Lina had an averagescore of

45. What was the lowest score that she could have obtained on one test?SolutionTo get the lowest

possible score on one test, Lina’s score in each of the 3 other quizzes should be perfect. This

gives 3 x 50 = 150 as her total score in 3 quizzes.Her total score in 4 quizzes is 4 x 45 = 180. So, her score

in 1 quiz must be 180 – 150 = 30.Answer:

30

5.During typhoons, the weather is reported every 18 minutes

o n C h a n n e l 3 a n d every 12 minutes on Channel 6. Both stations broadcast the weather at 1:30

P.M.When is the next time that the stations will broadcast again the weather at thesame

time?SolutionThe least common multiple of 18 and 12 is 36.So 1:30 P.M. + 36 minutes is

2:06 P.M.Answer:

2:06 P.M. or 14:06Part 3: 60 seconds (5 items)

3

n u m b e r can be formed whose product is the smallest?SolutionFor the product to be smallest, the

digit 2 must be the tens digit of the two-digitnumber and the digit 3 must be the hundreds digit of

the three-digit number. Then5 must be the ones digit of the two-digit number and 6 must be

the tens digit of t h e t h r e e - d i g i t n u m b e r . T h i s i s s o b e c a u s e t h e m u l t i p l i e r 2 5 i s

t h e s m a l l e s t possible.Answer:

25 and 367

2.Two joggers run around an oval track in opposite directions. One jogger

r u n s around the track in 56 seconds. The joggers meet every 24 seconds. How manyseconds

does it take for the second jogger to run around the track?Solution

7456241

=−

74n24

=

, n = 42Answer:

42

3.Mang Jose makes wooden legs for stools and tables. Each stool uses 3 legs whileeach

table uses 4 legs. Mang Jose has made 68 legs. How many stools and tablescan he make if he makes at

least 1 of each kind? Give two possible combinations.Solution68

÷

4 = 17 tablesTherefore one possible combination is 4 stools and 14 tables.For the other combinations

on the number of stools (s) and the number of tables(t), the number of stools should be multiples

of 4 in order to use all the legs.

Answer:

(s, t) = (4, 14), (8, 11), (12, 8), (16, 5), (20, 2)

4.Ms. Cruz computed the average score of his mathematics class with 50 pupils as83. But

she discovered that Lea’s score of 81 was misrecorded as 31 and Ben’sscore of 65 was

misrecorded as 85. What is the correct average of the class?Solution81-31 = 50 so Lea’s recorded score is

50 less than her actual score.85-65 = 20 so Ben’s recorded score is 20 more than his actual score.50 – 20

= 30 should be added to the total of the scores of the class30

÷

50 = .6So 83 + .6 = 83.6Answer:

83.6 or 83.60

5.In the pattern below, what is the difference between the last number and the firstnumber

in row

25?13 57 9 1

1 1 3 1 5 1

7 1 9 2 1 2

3 2 5 2 7 2 9 Solution

The differences between the last number and first number in rows 1, 2, 3, 4, and5,

respectively are 0, 2, 4, 6, and 8. The 25th number in this pattern is 48.

1. Each side of pentagon measures 10 cm. What is perimeter of pentagon?

2. Simplify:

7. Elsa’s grades in Math from 1st to 3rd grading are 88,91,92. What must be her

grade in 4th grading to get an average of 92?

8. The average of 2 numbers is 24. The average of four numbers 36. What is

the average of 6 numbers?

factorization?

10. John is 3 less than twice the age of Janet. If Janet is 16 years old, how old

is John?

13. The price tag of t-shirt worth ₱350.00. It has a mark down of 20%. If you

have ₱500.00-bill, how much money left to you if will buy the shirt?

14. Elena is jogging in a circular track with a diameter of 35 meters. If she ran

5 laps, what is the total distance she traveled?

15. The area of a triangle is 50 sq. units. If the height of triangle is equal to the

length of the base, what is the measure of the height?

16. Using the same concept in number 9. If you simplify 39!. How many

zeroes at the end of the number?

17. Three numbers are in the ratio of 2:3:5. If the product of 3 numbers is 810,

what is the largest number?

19. The sum of supplement and the complement of the same angle is a

positive counting number. What is the maximum possible value of the angle in

degrees?

20. There are 10 black balls and 15 red balls in the urn. If you take out a ball,

what is the probability that it is black?

1. 50 cm

2. 5/36

3. 13

4. 3

5. 3,040,201

6. 19/30

7. 97

8. 32

9. 18

11. 5/33

12. 25

13. ₱220.00

14. 550 m

15. 10 units

16. 8

17. 15

18. ₱90.00

19. 134°

20. 2/5

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