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1990-1991

State Countdown Round

**How many of the even counting
**

numbers less than 100 are

prime?

Answer: 1

**The probability of rain on any
**

given day in Atlanta is 20%.

After how many days would you

expect it to have rained on 30

days?

Answer: 150 (days)

**Two fair tetrahedral (four-sided)
**

dice are thrown. If the faces of

each are numbered 3, 5, 7, and 9,

what is the probability that the sum

of the numbers on the bottom faces

is a prime?

Answer: 0

**What is the shortest distance that can
**

be traveled if you start at any point, A, B,

C, or D and visit the other three points

once?

A

6

5

B

3

D

6

4

C

5

Answer: 13

**How many positive integer pairs
**

(x, y) satisfy A = x + y,

3

when A = 2?

Answer: 5 (pairs)

**If the digit 7 is placed to the right
**

of a three-digit number, forming

a four-digit number, the value of

the original number increases by

7,000. What was the original

number?

Answer: 777

**Fifty cards numbered 1 to 50 are
**

placed in a box. If a card is

selected at random, what is the

probability that the card is a

prime number and a multiple of

seven? Express your answer as

a common fraction.

1

50

**What is the last digit in the
**

product of all natural numbers

between 1 and 100?

Answer: 0

**If 5! is expressed as the product
**

of its prime factors in exponential

form, what is the sum of its

exponents?

Answer: 5

**This table shows the distribution of scores of Mr.
**

Sampson’s 10-point quiz. What is the median score?

Test Scores

10

9

8

7

6

5

4

3

2

Frequency

I

II

III

IIII

IIII

I

II

Answer: 7

**A certain type of 8 ½“ by 11” paper
**

has a thickness of 0.02 cm. If

15,000 sheets of paper are stacked

on top of each other, what is the

height, in meters, of the stack?

Answer: 3 (meters)

**Points A, B, C, and D are located on AB
**

such that AB = 3AD = 6BC. If a point is

selected at random, what is the

probability that it is between C and D?

Express your answer as a common

fraction.

A

D

C

B

1

2

**Three identical squares are
**

placed side by side to form a

rectangle with a perimeter of

104 inches. What is the area, in

square inches, of each square?

Answer: 169 (square inches)

**Brad is less than 30 years old.
**

His age is a multiple of 5. Next

year his age will be a multiple of

7. How old is Brad now?

Answer: 20 (years old)

**How many different triangles are
**

in the figure?

Answer: 13 (triangles)

**How many even numbers are
**

between 201 and 405?

Answer: 101

**What is the positive square root
**

of 16x16?

Answer: 4x8

**When n is divided by 5, the
**

remainder is 1. What is the

remainder when 3n is divided by

5?

Answer: 3

**Express 10% of 30% of 50 as a
**

decimal.

Answer: 1.5

A = { 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, …}.

What fractional part of the numbers

in set A are not divisible by 3?

2

3

**Six softball teams are to play
**

each other once. How many

games are needed?

Answer: 15 (games)

**Two ropes, 18 meters in length
**

and 24 meters in length, need to

be cut into pieces which are all

the same length. What is the

greatest possible length of each

piece?

Answer: 6 (meters)

**What value of n makes this
**

sentence true?

n = n+1

6

9

Answer: 2

If f(x) = 3x + 2 and g(x) = (x – 1)2,

what is f(g(-2))?

Answer: 29

**If March 1 is a Monday, what day of
**

the week will it be 270 days later?

Answer: Friday

**Given x = 3 and y = 2, simplify:
**

3

2

2x – 3y

6

Answer: 7

Simplify:

7!

4!3!

Answer: 35

**In how many different orders
**

can a group of six people be

seated around a round table?

Answer: 120 (ways)

**How many different
**

arrangements are there using

the letters in the word

PARALLEL?

Answer: 3360 (arrangements)

What is √200 to the nearest tenth?

Answer: 14.1

**What is the positive geometric
**

mean of 8 and 18?

Answer: 12

**Find the midpoint of the line
**

segment with endpoints (5, -5) and

( -5, 5).

Answer: (0, 0)

**Give the decimal expression for q% of
**

q.

Answer: 0.01q2

Solve for x: 2

x+2

= 128

Answer: 5

**The area of a triangle is 600 square
**

feet. Find the altitude, in feet, of

the triangle if the length of the base

is 30 feet.

Answer: 40 (feet)

**The longest side of a right triangle
**

is 5 feet and the shortest side is 3

feet. What is the area of the

triangle in square meters?

Answer: 6 (square meters)

**If each side of a square is
**

increased by 50%, what is the

percent of increase in the area of

the square?

Answer: 125 (percent)

**Four lines are drawn in a plane.
**

What is the maximum number of

distinct regions in which the

lines could divide the plane?

Answer: 11

**Simplify: 0.666… + 0.333…
**

0.999…

Answer: 1

**What percent of 80% of a
**

number will lave the number

unchanged?

Answer: 125 (percent)

**Find the number of square units in
**

the area of the shaded region.

(0, 30)

(20, 30)

(30, 30)

(30, 20)

(0, 10)

Answer: 500 (sq. units)

**If y = -7 + √(5 – x), find x when y =
**

3.

Answer: -95

**In quadrilateral ABCD, angle BAD
**

and angle CDA are trisected as

shown. What is the degree

measure of angle AFD?

B

C

F

Answer: 80 (degrees)

**Find the number of square units in
**

the area of the triangle.

(-2, 6)

Answer: 32 (square units)

**What is the smallest integer that
**

satisfies |2x – 3|< 8?

Answer: -2

**How many two-digit whole
**

numbers are divisible by 14?

Answer: 7

**What percent of the whole
**

numbers less than 100 have no

remainders when divided by 5?

Answer: 20 (percent)

**What is the 100th even whole
**

number?

Answer: 198

**ABCD is a square 4 inches on a side,
**

and each of the inside squares is

formed by joining the midpoints of the

outer square’s sides. What is the area

of the shaded region?

Answer: 4 (square inches)

**If all multiples of 3 and all
**

multiples of 4 are removed from

the list of numbers 1 through

100, how many whole numbers

are left?

Answer: 50 (whole numbers)

FINALS

**Divide 4abc by 2a2b
**

3d2

6cd

a

2

**What is the simplest radical
**

form of 3√4 6√2?

Answer: √2

**Two fair cubical dice are tossed.
**

What is the probability,

expressed as a common

fraction, that the sum of the

numbers showing on the dice

will be four?

1

12

If a * b is defined as a + b,

2

what is the value of 6 * (3 * 5)?

Answer: 5

**If x and y are positive integers
**

such that xy = 108, what is the

least possible value of x + y?

Answer: 21

Find √√256,000.

Answer: 40

**Express the value of
**

1 of 10% of 0.001 in scientific notation.

100

Answer: 1 or(1.0) X 10-6

**Find the sum of all solutions to
**

this equation:

x2 + 62 = 102

Answer: 0

**What is the sum of the lengths, in
**

centimeters, of the two legs of a

30-60-90 right triangle, if the length

of the hypotenuse is 2√6 cm?

Answer: √6 + 3√2

**How many diagonals can be
**

drawn for a hexagon?

Answer: 9 (diagonals)

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