- 1. Grade 3 Metrobank MTAP DepEd Math Challenge Courtesy by: Pids Nogales Files Prepared by: Dulce Buenaventura 2005 –ELIMINATION Metrobank-MTAP-DepEd Math Challenge Grade 3 Solve each item on scratch paper and write the answer on the blank. _________ 1. Write “eighty-six thousand, fifty-seven” in figures.
- 2. _________ 2. 56,000 + 7,000 + 80 + 9 is equal to what number? _________ 3. What is the place value of5 in 3,457,820? _________ 4. What is the value of 4 in 3,457,820? _________ 5. What number is midway between 72 and 76? _________ 6. What number is 27 more than 1,348? _________ 7. What is the even number between 101 and 103? _________ 8. If you have one P500-bill, four P100-bills, three P20-bills and five P10-coins, how much money have you? _________ 9. How many P20-bills are equal to eightP100-bills? _________ 10. Write CLXXIV in Hindu-Arabic. _________ 11. What is the multiple of1000 nearestto 3,852? _________ 12. What number will make the sentence 43,567 = 43,000 + ___ + 7? _________ 13. What is the remainder when 5,674 is divided by 19? _________ 14. Find N if N + 237 = 655. _________ 15. Round 5,629 to the nearesthundred. _________ 16. Which of { <, =, > } will make the sentence 35 + 67 ___ 85 +17? _________ 17. What is 800 – 356? _________ 18. What can you subtract from 456 to get288? _________ 19. There are 51 desks in a room. There are 5 rows of 9 desks. How desks are in the 6th row? _________ 20. What is N in 53, 57, 61, 65, N? _________ 21. What 2 numbers have a sum of 15 and a productof56? _________ 22. Add 35 to the productof13 and 17. _________ 23. A fruit vendor bought135 pineapples atP16.50 each. If he sold all at P25 each, how much did he gain? _________ 24. - 9 x 2 + 7 What is N in [ N ] ---> [ ] ---> [ ] ---> [ 45 ]? _________ 25. Anne made 25 sampaguita garlands in the morning and 38 in the afternoon. She sold 56 in the evening. How many garlands remained? _________ 26. Which of the following can be divided by 2 and 3? { 16, 26, 36, 46, 56 } _________ 27. John bought2 pencils atP2.75 each and a pencil case for P27. How much change did he get from a P50-bill? _________ 28. What is the difference between the smallestand largest2-digitnumbers? _________ 29. What is twice 125 added to 138? _________ 30. How many sevens are in 84? _________ 31. How many prime numbers are there between 40 and 50? _________ 32. A school carpenter made 75 stools. Ifeach stool has 3 legs, how many legs did the carpenter use? _________ 33. There are 72 children in a party. They were divided in fours. How many groups were there? _________ 34. Three times Nina’s age plus 9 equals 42 years. How old is Nina? _________ 35. In my birthday party, Mother divided each ofmy 5 cakes into 8 equal parts. She gave a piece to each ofmy 32 guests and me. How many pieces remained? _________ 36. A rectangular school yard is 56 m long and 45 m wide. If you walk around it, how many meters will that be? _________ 37. Three-eighth is equal to how many 64ths? _________ 38. Nina bought4 ½ m ofcloth. She used 2 ¼ m for her school project. How much cloth remained? _________ 39. There are 48 pupils in a class. If 3/8 ofthem are girls, how many are boys? _________ 40. What do we call a figure with 4 right angles and 4 equal sides? _________ 41. Lito has a garden 15 m long and 9 m wide. What is its perimeter? _________ 42. What is the area of Lito’s garden? _________ 43. Mother changed 3/5 ofa P1000-bill into P50-bills and the restinto 10-peso coins. How many coins did she get? _________ 44. A farmer has 36 fruit trees in his farm. If 1/3 of them are mangoes, ¼ are caimitos and the rest are chicos, how many chico trees does he have? _________ 45. Seven scouts walked to their camp site. One scoutwent 2 kilometers farther and then came back. Together, all seven walked a total of 81 kilometers. How many kilometers did the scoutwho went farther walk? _________ 46. I am a 2-digit number. My tens is 3 more than my ones and the sum of my digits is 11. What number am I? _________ 47. If tomorrow is November 11, what date will it be 14 days after tomorrow? _________ 48. Lita and Connie spentP187. Lita, Connie and Rose spentP248. How much did Rose spend? _________ 49. Pete and Bing spentP178. Bing spentP12 more than Pete. How much did Bing spend? _________ 50. Thirty-five pupils belong to the Glee Club. If 12 more pupils belong to the Dance Club than to the Glee Club, how many pupils belong to both clubs? 1 2006 – ELIMINATION Metrobank-MTAP-DepEd Math Challenge Grade 3 Solve each item and write the answer on the blank before the number. _________ 1. What is the value of the underlined digit in 54,587.
- 3. _________ 2. 19,800 is equal to how many hundreds? _________ 3. Write seventeen thousand, nine hundred sixty-four in figures. _________ 4. Write CLXXXVIII in Hindu-Arabic. _________ 5. Write 97 in Roman numerals. _________ 6. What is the missing factor in 9 x ____ = 459? _________ 7. What is the sum of the prime numbers between 20 and 30? _________ 8. What is the remainder when 1987 is divided by 17? _________ 9. If 37 x 49 = 1813, what is 370 x 490? _________ 10. What will you put in the blank to make the statement (45 + 8) + 12 = (__ + 7) + 18 true? _________ 11. Loling used ¾ kilo of sugar for a dessert and ½ kilo for another. If she bought 2 kilos of sugar, how much remained? _________ 12. What comes next in the pattern 6/10, 9/15, 12/20, 15/25, ___? _________ 13. What is the smallest number divisible by both 24 and 32? _________ 14. What do you call a figure with 4 equal sides and 4 equal angle? _________ 15. What is the perimeter of the figure? 62m 20m 38m 56m 63m 12m 87m _________ 16. What is the area of the same figure? _________ 17. A box is 14 cm long, 11 cm wide and 9 cm high, what is its volume? 14m 11m 9m _________ 18. A rectangular park is 95 m by 85 m. If a jogger goes around 5 times, how many meters will that be? _________ 19. How many segments can you name in the figure? A B C D E _________ 20. Travis gathered 323 eggs. He put 12 in each egg tray. How many trays did he fill up? -1- _________ 21. Luis has 7 boxes of juice. Each box contains 58 cans. How many food packages can he prepare if he will put 2 cans of juice in every package? _________ 22. In 5 days, Cora reads 85 pages of her book. If it contains 170 pages, at the same rate,
- 4. in how many more days can she finish the book? _________ 23. Apples cost P11.50 each. How many can you buy if you have P100? _________ 24. Cory bought 4 2/5 meters of blue cloth and 5 ½ meters of red cloth. How many meters of cloth did Cory buy? _________ 25. Lito started doing his project at 8:15 p.m. and finished at 10:00 p.m. How many minutes did he take to do his project? _________ 26. What is the shape of the paper you are writing on? _________ 27. Gary had some money. On his birthday, Father gave him P75 and Mother gave him P55. He then had P322. How much money had he at first? _________ 28. What is N in 23, 24, 26, 29, 33, ___ , N , . . . ? _________ 29. How many prime numbers are there between 50 and 60? _________ 30. There are 1,896 students in Grade V. Of these, 949 are boys. How many are girls? _________ 31. Jay has 3 P20-bills, 4 P50-bills, 7 P5-coins and 8 P10-coins. How much money has he? _________ 32. Cristy is making handkerchiefs each 2.5 dm on each side. How much lace does she need to put around 3 handkerchiefs? _________ 33. Carlo and Chris went to see a movie. If it lasted for 1¾ hours and ended at 10:00 p.m., what time did it begin? _________ 34. What is the largest 4 digit number with no digits alike? _________ 35. What is (5 x 9) – (36 ÷ 12) + 13? _________ 36. Write 7x104 + 5x103 + 7x102 + 4 as one number. _________ 37. A certain number divided by 18 equals 21 remainder of 7. What is the number? _________ 38. What is the smallest number that rounds to 60 to the nearest 10? _________ 39. What is the sum of the first six odd numbers? _________ 40. A vendor counted 16 wheels and 6 drivers from the bicycles and tricycles passing in front of his stall. How many bicycles were there? _________ 41. What fraction of the figure is shaded? _________ 42. Four-sevenths of the students in a school are boys. If 3/8 of the boys are scouts, how many scouts are there in the school if there are 1792 students? _________ 43. Mother baked 96 cookies. She served 3/8 of them for snacks and gave 12 to a friend. How many cookies remained? _________ 44. Liza bought P278 worth of school supplies. If she got a change of P22, how much did she give the cashier? _________ 45. Luz had 84 stamps. She gave 1/3 of them to her sister and ½ of the remaining stamps to her brother. How many stamps had she left? _________ 46. How many even numbers are there between 21 and 41? _________ 47. 2.3 is equal to how many tenths? _________ 48. Which of the following can be divided by both 6 and 9? {56, 63, 66, 72, 78, 81, 84} _________ 49. Rosa sold 6/7 of the garlands she made and had 14 left. How many did she make? _________ 50. 0.35 is equal to what fraction in lowest terms? -2 2007 – ELIMINATION Metrobank-MTAP-DepEd Math Challenge Grade 3 Solve andwrite the answeronthe blankbefore orbelow the number. ________1. Write “ninety-eightthousandsixtyfive”infigures.
- 5. _________ 2. What isthe value of 7 in476,580? _________ 3. Round47 963 tothe nearesthundred. _________ 4. Roundeachaddendto the nearesthundredandestimate the sum 749 + 465 + 893 _________ 5. Arrange the digits3, 5 and 7 to formthe biggestandsmallestnumberyoucan formand findtheirdifference. _________ 6. AuntLettygave Joe P220 in P20-bills.How manybillsdidJoe get? _________ 7. How many 25¢ coinsare equal toP15.50? _________ 8. Write CCCLXXIXinHindu-Arabic. _________ 9. Write 67 inRoman numerals. _________ 10. Mother cut a cake into36 equal parts.She gave 8 piecestotheirneighborandserved 9 piecesforsnacks.Whatfractionof the cake remained? _________ 11. If 3 mangoescost P37.50, how much will adozencost? _________ 12. If 13 / 20 = N / 100, whatisN? _________ 13. Addtwice 12 to the differenceof 65 and 19. _________ 14. Write “one thousand,seventy-fivepesosandsixty-six centavos”withthe pesosign. _________ 15. Three P100-billsare equal tohow manyP20-bills? _________ 16. What isthe ratioof 36 dm to 6 meters? _________ 17. What unitwill youuse tomeasure the heightof a tree? _________ 18. 5.25 m = _____ cm _________ 19. What unitwill youuse tomeasure the weightof a 5-pesocoin? _________ 20. How manydays were there inthe year2006? _________ 21. How manyyearsare there in6.5 decades? _________ 22. Lorna got 9 pointslessthanMaria.If Lorna got 85, whatscore didMaria get? _________ 23. Lance bought3 ballpensatP4.75 eachand a pencil case forP18.50. How muchdidhe pay? _________ 24. If Lance gave the cashiera P50-bill,how muchchange didhe get? _________ 25. A balikbayangave aP1000-bill to be sharedequallyby8 niecesandnephews. How much dideachone get? _________ 26. A gardenis29 m longand17 m wide.Whatisitsperimeter? _________ 27. What isthe areaof the gardenin #26? _________ 28. There are 34 girlsina class of 54 pupils.Whatisthe ratioof girlsto boys? _________ 29. Our dooris 120 centimeterswide.The heightis80 cm more than the width. What is the perimeterof ourdoor? _________ 30. Mother used270 cm of lace for some pillow casesand330 cm forour curtains. How manymetersof lace didMotheruse? A B C D E _________ 31. Whichis heavier,½kilogramor550 grams? _________ 32. How manyrays can be namedfromthe figure? _________ 33. How manysegmentscanbe namedfromthe figure? _________ 34. Victoriabought785 cm of silk,615 cm of tetoronand 900 cm of velvet. How manymetersof cloth didshe buyin all? _________ 35. Mother bought4 1/3 dozeneggs.She used39 eggsinmakingsweets.How manyeggsremained? _________ 36. A schoolyardis117 m longand 103 m wide.If yourunaround it 5 times,how manymeterswill thatbe? _________ 37. Jack has a garden12 m longand 9 m wide.He wantsto fence it.If a meterof fencingcostsP37.50, howmuch will itcostto fence hisgarden? _________ 38. I have P2.15 in25¢ and 5¢ coins.Ihave 11 coinsinall.How many25¢ coins doI have? _________ 39. What isthe smallestnumberthatgivesaremainderof 1 whendividedby2,3 and5? _________ 40. A car can travel 76 kmon 8 litersof gasoline.Atthe same rate, howfar can it travel on11 litersof gasoline? _________ 41. Litoworks at a fast foodcenterfor4 hoursa day.He receivesP40an hour. How much doeshe earna weekof 7 days? _________ 42. Lita boughta pencil case anda small box forP80.50. If the bag cost P15.50 more than the pencil case,howmuchdidthe bag cost? _________ 43. Mother gave me P100 to buy some oranges.If an orange costsP8, how manycan I buy? _________ 44. Our flowergardenis12 meterswide.The lengthis3 meterslongerthanthe width. What isthe perimeterof the garden? _________ 45. Greg has P81.00; Rickyhas P36 lessthantwice the moneyof Greg. How much do theyhave altogether? _________ 46. How many3-dm piecesof ribboncanbe cut froma 10-m piece of ribbon? _________ 47. A square has a side of 18 m. A rectangle hasa lengthof 22 m and a widthof 16 m. By how muchis the area of the rectangle bigger? _________ 48. BenillaearnsP8,700 a month.She saves1/10 of hersalary.How much doesshe save a year? _________ 49. A vendorbought130 watermelonsatP24.50 each. He sold122 at P35.00 each. The restwere spoiled.Howmuchdidhe gain? _________ 50. Lita and Rosacollectstamps.Together,theyhad162 stamps.If Rosa has 18 more stampsthan Lita, howmany stampshas Rosa? 1 2008 – ELIMINATION Metrobank-MTAP-DepEd Math Challenge Grade 3
- 6. Solve each item and write the answer on the blank before the number. _________1. Write “six hundred forty thousand, two hundred ninety” in symbols. _________2. What is the place value of 7 in 5 473 846? _________3. What is the value of 5 in 8 536 912? _________4. What number is 246 more than 3 487? _________5. What number is midway between 64 and 72? _________6. Write CLXXIX in Hindu-Arabic. _________7. In 3N8 + 243 = 621 what is N? _________8. Find the remainder when 5678 is divided by 29? _________9. Add 123 to 249 and divide the sum by 12. What is the result? _________10. What digit placed in the blank will make 67 5_8 divisible by 9? _________11. In a fruit stand, there are 276 ripe mangoes and 189 unripe mangoes. How many mangoes are there? _________12. There are 49 pupils in a class. Teams of are formed. How many pupils do not belong to any team? _________13. Father’s age is thrice my eldest brother’s age. If my eldest brother is 16 years, how old is my father? _________14. Scouts are in a camp. There are 5 rows of tents. Each row has 12 tents and each tent has 6 scouts. How many scouts are in camp? _________15. Multiply 28 by 4 and divide the productby 7. What do you get? _________16. How many twelfths are equal to 5/3? _________17. Make the equation correct by replacing A and B by the correct digits in 83A + 1B9 = 975.Write only the values of A and B. _________18. How many hundred peso-bills are equal to 4 P1,000-bills? _________19. The 8 nieces and nephews of a balikbayan got a P1,000 gift from him. How much did each get if the money was shared equally? _________20. My hundreds is 3 more than my ones; my tens is 1 less than my ones. If the sum of my digits is 8, who am I? _________21. How much more is 12 x 35 than 7 x 23? _________22. Miss Torres has 5 sheets of red paper and 7 sheets of green paper. If she cuts each into 12 pieces, how many pieces will she have? _________23. In a classroom, the desks are arranged in 8 rows. Each row has 6 desks except the last which has only 5. How many desks are there? _________24. Pete gathered 185 eggs in their poultry. He put them 12 eggs to a carton. How many cartons did he fill? _________25. Nine times Nina’s age plus 3 is 84. How old is Nina? -1- _________26. There are 25 candies in each of 5 bags and 50 candies in each of 3 bags. How many candies are there?
- 7. _________27. P550 is how many times as big as P50? _________28. The quotient of 225 ÷ 5 is equal to the sum 17 and N. Find N. _________29. Estimate the productof 14 x 69 by rounding both numbers to the nearest ten. _________30. If 27 x 350 = 9450, what is 2,700 x 3,500? _________31. Round 67 496 to the nearest thousand. _________32. Round both factors to the nearest ten and estimate the productof 43 x 764. _________33. A newspaper boy delivers to 32 families each day. If he gets P0.50 for each paper, how much does he earn a week? _________34. Write “thirty-eight pesos and sixty-four centavos” in symbols. _________35. Nancy has 5 P50-bills, 5 P20-bills and 11 P5-coins. How much money has she? _________36. If 7/N of 96 = 84, what is N? _________37. Lucy bought 2 1/3m of white cloth and 2 1/4m of blue cloth. How many meters of cloth did she buy? _________38. The garden of Paul is 18 1/2m long and 12 1/3m wide. Find its perimeter. _________39. There are 375 Grade 3 pupils in a school. If 2/5 are boys, how many are girls? _________40. Each of 10 girls received 5 books. Each of 8 boys received 2 more books than each girl. How many books in all did they receive? _________41. The sum of the weights of Ronnie and Philip is 91 kilos. If Philip is 5 kilos heavier than Ronnie, find Ronnie’s weight. _________42. Allan sold 127 newspapers on Saturday. He sold 28 more on Sunday than on Saturday. How many newspapers did he sell on the two days? _________43. The productof two numbers is 144. If the difference is 10, what is their sum? _________44. I have 15 coins worth P9.00 in 25¢ coins and P1-coins. How many P1-coins are there? _________45. Four mangoes and 3 atis costP54; four mangoes and 5 atis costP66. How much does one atis cost? _________46. Rosahas 48 foreign stamps. She has 6 fewer than twice as many Philippine stamps. How many stamps has she? _________47. A park is 135 m long and 102 m wide. How many times must a jogger go around it completely to make sure he has run 5 kilometers? _________48. If your step is 50 cm long, about how many steps do you need to make to cover 200 meters? _________49. The figure is made up of 7 equal squares. If each side of a square is 3 cm, what is the perimeter of the figure? _________50. A piece of cartolina is 48 cm long and 42 cm wide. How many squares of side 6 cm can you cut from it? -2- 2004 Division Orals Metrobank-MTAP-NCR Math Challenge Grade 3 A. 15-second questions – 2 points each
- 8. __________1. How many P5-coins are equal to P25? __________ 2. A dozen eggs cost P42. How much do 18 eggs cost? __________3. Which of the following angles is obtuse? ( a. 30 b. 90 c. 100 ) Give the letter only. __________4. How much greater is 92 than 57? __________5. What is the product of 14 and 15? __________6. The distance between two barangays is 1¾ kilometers. How many meters is that distance? __________7. The perimeter of a square is 44 dm. What is its area? __________ 8. If diesel oil costs P16 a liter, how much will 5 liters cost? __________ 9. How many multiples of 3 are there between 30 and 50? __________10. If today is Friday, February 2, what date was it last Friday? __________11. Mother bought two dozen roses. If 1½ dozens are red and the rest are white, how many white roses were there? B. 30-second questions – 3 points each __________1. Mother bought 3½ dozen eggs. She used 15 of them. How many eggs remained? __________ 2. Remy bought a pair of sandals for P250 and a pair of socks for . How much change did she get from a P500-bill? __________ 3. If one million is multiplied by one thousand, how many zeroes are in the answer? __________ 4. A rectangular field is 98 m long and 76 m wide. What is its area? __________ 5. 120 scouts went camping. In the camp, 1/3 built the tents, ¼ gathered firewood and the rest prepared supper and the program. How many scouts prepared the supper and the program? __________ 6. Mother was planning a picnic for 12 people. Each person will need a cup, a plate, a spoon, a fork and a glass. How many items in all will mother prepare? C. 1-minute questions – 5 points each __________1. There are 360 seats in an auditorium. During a play, 126 adults and 187 children were seated. How many seats were empty? __________ 2. In a Math Club, the president is the oldest. Renz is older than Paul and younger than Mandy. Paul’s age is between Carla’s and Renz. Who is the president? __________3. Admission to a school show is P20 for students and P50 for parents. There were 50 children and 31 parents in the show. How much did they pay in all? __________4. A town plaza is 56 m long and 48 m wide. If a jogger goes around it 10 times, how many kilometers will that be? __________ 5. Danica has finished reading 1/3 of a book. If she has finished 79 pages, how many pages has the book? __________ 6. In a zoo, there are 6 cages with 3 monkeys in each cage. There are also 15 monkeys living in trees. There are 17 owls living in the trees with the monkeys. How many monkeys and owls are there? Clincher questions __________1. What is 27 more than 52 – 24? __________2. If you add 28 to my number and then divide it by 7, you will get 35. What is my number? __________ 3. Liza has P24 more than Karen. Together, they have P174. How much money has Liza? Do-Or-Die questions __________1. Father has three P500-bills, six P100-bills, five P50-bills and eight P20-bills in his wallet. How much money has Father in his wallet? __________2. Find the sum of the first 8 odd numbers. 1 2005 Division Orals Metrobank-MTAP-NCR Math Challenge Grade 3
- 9. A. 15-second questions – 2 points each ____________1. How many ten thousands can be taken from 97, 856? ____________ 2.What is 8/11 of 77? ____________ 3. How much heavier is 2000 grams than 1 ½ kilograms? ____________ 4. How many 25¢ coins are equal to 45 pesos? ____________ 5. Three-fourths is equal to how many twelfths? ____________ 6. What is the value of the Roman numeral XXXIX? ____________7. Subtract the product of 8 and 9 from 100. ____________8. The perimeter of a square is 52 cm. What is its area? ____________ 9. How many centimeters longer is 2 meters than 120 cm? ____________10. What is the remainder when 98 is divided by 11? ____________11. Round 1450 to the nearest hundred. B. 30-second questions – 3 points each ____________1. What is the perimeter in meters of a square carpet if each side is 65 dm? ____________2. Luz skip counts by 4 beginning at 7. What number does she say at the 12th count? ____________ 3. Nora has 28 stamps. Ana has 6 less than three times as many. How many stamps do the two girls have together? ____________ 4. Mang Tomas gathered 8 baskets of eggs. Each basket contained 3 dozen eggs. How many eggs in all did he gather? ____________ 5. I am thinking of a number. If you add 15 to it and then subtract 17 from the sum, the result is 36. What is my number? ____________6. The perimeter of an equilateral triangle is 114 cm. What is length of one side? C. 1-minute questions – 5 points each ____________1. A barangay meeting starts at 5:45 PM and ends after 3 ½ hours. What time does it end? ____________2. Bea and Yoly have P286 together. If Bea has P28 more than Yoly, how much money does each girl have? ____________3.A garden has a length of 7 ½ m and a width of 5 1/3 m. What is its perimeter? ____________ 4. Norman has 120 marbles. If 18 marbles are red, 25 are blue, 37 are yellow and the rest are white, how many white marbles has he? ____________ 5. How many cards, 8 cm by 6 cm, can be cut from a piece of cartolina 8 dm by 3 dm? ____________6. I am a 2-digit number. My ones digit is 3 more than my tens and the sum of my digits is 13. Who am I? Clincher questions ____________1. Subtract 25 from the product of 12 and 8. ____________2.Mother has 6 ¾ m of cloth. She used 5 ½ m. How much cloth remained? ____________3. Mother bought ½ kg of pork at P140 a kg, 1 whole chicken for P125, and 2 kg of rice at P23 a kg. How much change did she get from a P500-bill? Do-Or-Die question ____________1.In a marathon race, Ferdy is at the 5th position while Ricky is at the 15th position. What is the position of runner who is exactly in the middle of the two? 1 2008 Division Orals Metrobank-MTAP-NCR MathChallenge Grade 3
- 10. A. 15-second questions – 2 points each ____________1. Using 1, 3, 4 and 7 once, write the greatest even number. ____________ 2. What is the difference between the greatest 4-digit number and the least 3-digit number? ____________ 3.The sum of 6/5, 8/5, and 11/5 is equal to how many wholes? ____________4. If twice Rita’s age plus 5 equals 21, how old is Rita? ____________ 5. If P99.50 is ½ the price of a book, how much does it cost ? ____________6. What is 50 x 300 – 100? ____________7. If 12 x 12 = 144, what is 120 x 120? ____________ 8. What is the remainder when 99 is divided by 5? ____________ 9. Three apples cost P34. How much will a dozen cost ? ____________10. What number is midway between 435 and 475? ____________11. The perimeter of an equilateral triangle is 87 cm. Find the length of one side? B. 30-second questions – 3 points each ____________ 1. In a queue, John is 8th from the front and 11th from the back. How many are in the queue? ____________ 2. If 8 is the first multiple of 8, what is the 14th multiple of 8? ____________ 3. If 15 + 25 + N = 16 x 5, what is N? ____________ 4. If you can save P5.50 a week, how many weeks do you need to save to buy yourself a shirt worth P100? ____________5. Three squares of side 12 cm are placed side by side without overlap to form one rectangle. What is the perimeter of the rectangle made? ____________6. If 4 times the number is 192, what is 5 times the number? C. 1-minute questions – 5 points each ____________1. Luisa withdrew P350 from her account of P850. A week later, she deposited 3 times the amount she withdrew. What was her total deposit then? ____________2. Two numbers have a product of 48 and a quotient of 3. What are the two numbers? ____________3. Half a dozen chicos cost P45. An apple and 8 oranges cost P135. How much will a dozen chicos and a dozen oranges cost if apples and oranges cost the same? ____________ 4. On their route, Ricky saw an electric post every 45 seconds. If he saw one at the beginning and one at the end, how many posts did he see in 9 minutes? ____________5. 210 = a x b; a = 3 x c; and b = d x 2. What is a + b + c + d? ____________6. Nina has 48 stamps. Lucy has 13 less than twice as many. How many stamps do they have together? Clincher questions ____________1.What number is midway between 1/3 and ½ ? ____________2. What two numbers have a sum of 15 and a difference of 3? ____________3. A square has an area of 36 m2. If each side is doubled, what is the area of the bigger square? Do-Or-Die questions ____________1. Nena is skip counting by 4 from 6 saying 6, 10, 14, … What will she say on the 30th skip? 1 2006 Division Team Competition Metrobank-MTAP-NCR Math Challenge Grade 3
- 11. A. 15-second questions – 2 points each (Give any answers with fractions in lowest terms.) ____________1. What is the product of 8 x 23? ____________2. Round 50,543 to the nearest thousand. ____________ 3. Give the sum of 7/12 + 8/12 + 9/12 as a whole number. ____________ 4. How many 11s are there in 528? ____________5. If there are 200 pupils and 12 teachers in a small school, what is the ratio of pupils to teachers in lowest terms? ____________ 6.18 is ¼ of what number? ____________7. How many 5-peso coins are equal to a P1000 bill? ____________ 8. 6 x 15 + 4 x 15 is equal to what single number? ____________9.A runner can run ½ kilometer in 5 minutes. How many kilometers can he run in 25 minutes? ____________10. If you subtract 9 from twice a number, you get 31. What is the number? ____________11. How much more is the product of 8 x 12 than the sum of 12 + 8? B. 30-second questions – 3 points each ____________1. Give three prime numbers whose product is 42. ____________ 2.What is the sum of 3/8 + 5/6 + 2/3 in lowest terms? ____________3. Joan and 14 friends entered a bus in line. There are 6 children ahead of Joan. How many are behind her? ____________ 4.There are 10 slices of bread in ½ loaf of bread. How many slices are there in 3 ¼ loaves? ____________5. Lina is skip counting by 6 beginning with 24 on the first skip. What number will she say on the 16th skip? ____________ 6. The sum of three consecutive even numbers is 132. What is the biggest of the three? C. 1-minute questions – 5 points each ____________1. Jillian gathered 20 red roses, 15 white roses and 13 yellow roses. If she put the roses 8 to a vase, how many vases did she use? ____________ 2.On a trip, Mr. Santos drove for 2 ½ hours, stopped for lunch and then drove again for 1 ¾ hours. If it took him 5 hours to reach his destination, how many minutes did he stop for lunch? ____________3. Mang Andres is putting a fence around his garden which is 15 m long and 10 ½ m wide. If the fencing material costs P196 a meter, how much will he spend for the fence? ____________ 4.I spent 1/3 of my money in a store. Next, I spent 1/3 of my remaining money in a second store. Then, I had exactly P120 left. How much money had I at first? ____________5. A lawn, 30 m by 25 m, needs 3 kilos of fertilizer for each 50 m2. How many kilos of fertilizer is needed for it? ____________ 6. Luz has 45 stamps. Rita has 15 fewer than twice as many. How many stamps do the two girls have? Clincher questions ____________ 1. Which number does not belong? 19, 29, 43, 47, 51, 53 ____________2. A boy sells comics for P12.50. If he pays P10 for each and can sell 150 a week, how much does he earn? ____________3. A farmer brought 35 hens and goats to market. If the animals had 84 legs, how many goats were there? Do-Or-Die questions ____________1. I have 17 coins worth P28.50 in my purse in 25¢, 1-peso and 5- peso coins. How many of each coin are there? 1 2007 Division Team Competition Metrobank-MTAP-DepEd Math Challenge Grade 3 A. 15-second questions – 2 points each
- 12. ____________1. Round 35 456 to the nearest thousands. ____________2. What is 12 more than the product of 25 x 25? ____________3. What is the greatest 4-digit number in which the sum of the digits is 18? ____________4. Subtract 250 from the sum of 320 and 350. ____________5. A side of an equilateral triangle is 55 m; what is its perimeter? ____________6. The bus fare from Monumento to Cubao is P18. If I have 3 companions with me, how much fare will I pay for? ____________7. Which of 1361 or 1362 is divisible by 3? ____________8.What is N in the patter ¾, 1 ½, 2 ¼, N, …? ____________9. If a dollar is equivalent to P49.50, what will 5 dollars equal to? ____________10. What is the perimeter of a 7 m by 8 m rectangle? ____________11.The sum of the fractions 3/8 + 7/8 + 13/8 + 9/8 is equal to what whole number? B. 30-second questions – 3 points each ____________1.If 3 oranges cost P40, how much will 1 ½ dozens cost? ____________2. Tina has P150 while her sister has twice as much. How much should her sister give Tina so that they will have equal amounts of money? ____________ 3. The difference between two numbers is 12. The larger is 19 more than 55. What is the smaller number? ____________4. What is the greatest 4-digit number in which the sum of the digits is 18 and no two digits are the same? ____________5. A cooking class sold 162 boxes of cookies. There were 27 girls in the class. What was the average number of boxes each girl sold? ____________6. Aling Josie saved P5,280 from January to April. If a month has 30 days, how much did she save in a day? C. 1-minute questions – 5 points each ____________1. The bus fare from Monumento to Cubao for 9 people is P162. How much is the fare for 15 people? ____________2.It took Ruel 3 ½ hours to drive to his cousin’s house. The return trip took 3/4hr. longer. How many hours did it take for the entire trip? ____________3. Mr. Cruz is putting a fence around his rectangular yard. The yard is 15 m by 10.5 m. The fencing costs P200 per meter. How much will Mr. Cruz spend for the fencing? ____________4.Mario won P20,000 in a lottery. He gave ¼ of the money to his mother. His mother spent 1/5 of her money for grocery items. How much money was spent for grocery? ____________5. Charlene wants to buy a dress that costs P275. She has only P125. If she can save P35 a week, how many weeks does she need to save to buy the dress? ____________6. Ella is 7 years older than Lilay. Eight years ago, Lilay was 7 years old. How old is Ella this year? Clincher questions ____________1. When twice Rita’s age is increased by 2, the result is 20. How old is Rita? ____________2. The sum of 3 consecutive odd numbers is 81. What is the biggest of the three? ____________3. Clara has P12.50 more than Lilibeth. The sum of their money is P84.50. How much money has each? Do-Or-Die questions 1. Find the number of eggplants Aling Norma picked from her garden. The number is less than 60. If you divide it by 8, the remainder is 7. If you divide it by 12, the remainder is also 7. 1 2005 Regional Finals Metrobank-MTAP-DepEd MathChallenge Grade 3 A. 15-secondquestions – 2 points each ____________1. Forty-five minutes is what fraction of an hour?
- 13. ____________2. An equilateral triangle has a perimeter of 84 cm. What is the length of one side? ____________3. Round 55,552 to the nearest thousand. ____________4. Express 24 as the sum of two prime numbers. ____________ 5. What is the remainder when 290 is divided by 7? ____________ 6. What is 15 more than the product of 8 and 12? ____________7. What is the area of a square whose perimeter is 44 cm? ____________ 8. Pete has P8 more than Tony. Together, they have P56. How much money has Pete? ____________9. Lita has P442 in 50-peso bills and 1-peso coins. What is the biggest number of 50-peso bills that she can have? ____________10. The perimeter of a garden is 34 m. The length is 10 m. What is the area? ____________ 11. A piece of ribbon is 60 dm long. How many 2-dm pieces can becut from it? B. 30-secondquestions – 3 points each ____________1. Leni was 7 years old on March 3, 1998. In what year will she be 16 years old? ____________ 2. A farmer gathered 245 mangoes from one tree and 198 from another tree. He put them 60 in a basket. How many mangoes were not in a full basket? ____________3. If you divide 352 by a number, the quotient is 15 and the remainder is 7. What is the divisor? ____________ 4. What is the sum of the first 4 odd numbers greater than 20? ____________5. Thirty-six students joined a Science Club; 11 less than twice as many joined a Math Club. Together, how many members have the 2 clubs if each student can join only one club? ____________6. If 3 ponkans cost P20, how many can I buy with P150 C. 1-minute questions – 5 points each ____________1. Roy needs 35 m of string. He has one piece 12.4 m long and another piece 17.8 m long.How much more string does he need? ____________2. For every 25 kilos of old newspapers collected, a class is given 10 points. How many points did a class get if they collected 575 kilos of newspaper? ____________3. A sandwich and a bottle of softdrinks cost P23.50. Two sandwiches and a bottle of softdrinks cost P37.50. How much does a bottle of softdrinks cost? ____________ 4. Rita has 45 U.S. stamps. She has 8 fewer Japanese stamps as U.S. stamps. Her Philippine stamps are thrice as many as her Japanese stamps. How many stamps altogether does Rita have? ____________5. A rectangular school yard is 105 m long and 85 m wide. If a jogger goes 5 times around it, how many meters will that be? ____________ 6. The product of 39 x 55 is closest to what multiple of 100? Clincher questions ____________1. Write 2.75 as a fraction in lowest terms. ____________ 2.In a test given to 560 students,1/5 failed. How many passed? 1 2006 RegionalFinals Metrobank-MTAP-DepEd Math Challenge Grade 3 A. 15-second questions – 2 points each
- 14. __________1. On a field day, 36 boys and 36 girls will dance in groups of 6. How many groups will there be? __________ 2. Give the prime numbers between 50 and 60. __________ 3. What number is 9 more than the product of 12 and 7? __________ 4. If ¼ of a number is 26, what is ¾ of the number? __________ 5. I am a 5-digit number. My ones digit is 8. My thousands digit is half my ones digit and the rest of my digits are half my thousands digit. What number am I? __________ 6.Lito earns P38 an hour and works 8 hours a day. How much does he earn a day? __________ 7. With the digits 2, 3, 7 and 9 write a 4-digit number greater 3,000 but less than 3,500. __________ 8. How many 40-minute periods are there in 6 hours? __________ 9.Reduce 48/60 to lowest terms. __________10. What is the difference between the smallest 5-digit number and the largest 4-digit number? __________11. Ponkans cost P6.00 each. How many can I buy with P100? B. 30-second questions – 3 points each __________ 1.Lito had 60 marbles. He gave ¼ of them to his brother and 1/3 of what remained to his friend. How many marbles had he left? __________2. There are 346 Gr. 4 pupils in a school. Of these, 88 belong to the Mission Circle, 75 belong to the Glee Club and 96, to the Choir. If no pupil can belong to two clubs, how many do not belong to any club? __________ 3. What is the biggest number N that will make N – 23 < 58? __________4. Anna bought a papaya for P36.50. She also bought a watermelon that costs P7.50 more than the papaya. How much did she spend on the two fruits? __________5. A car averages 10 km to a liter of gasoline. How many liters, to the nearest whole number of liters, will be needed to make a round trip to a town 158 km away. __________ 6. There are 48 pupils in a class. The ratio of boys to girls is 3:5. How many girls are there? C. 1-minute questions – 5 points each __________1. The moon goes around the earth in 28 days. How many times can it go completely around the earth in one year? __________ 2.Kim took a test of 3 parts. He got 40 or 2/3 of the first part, 45 or ¾ of the second part and 40 or 4/5 of the third part. How many items were in the test? __________3. A hamburger sandwich and a glass of softdrinks cost P40. Two hamburger sandwiches and a glass of softdrinks cost P71.50.What is the cost of a glass of softdrinks? 1 2005 Regional Individual Finals Metrobank - MTAP- DepEd Math Challenge Grade 3 Part I: Solve each problem and write the answer on the blank before the number. [ 2 points each - 30 minutes] __________ 1. What is 49 more than the product of 24 x 28? __________ 2. What is the remainder when 567 is divided by 29?
- 15. __________ 3. On a number line what number is halfway between 31 and 97? 31 97 __________ 4.How much more is ¾ of 124 than 2/5 of 150? __________ 5. What is N in 14, 20, 26, 32, ___, ___, ___, N? __________ 6. A farmer picked 288 mangoes from one tree and 197 from a second tree. He put them 60 to a basket. How many mangoes are not in a full basket? __________ 7. Find two numbers with a sum of 75 and a difference of 19. __________ 8. George wants to buy a T-shirt that costs P109.50. He has only P68.75.How much more does he need? __________ 9. If I add 17 to my number, then triple the result and finally subtract 45, the final result is 63. What is my number? __________ 10. Joyce spends 3 ¾ hours a week doing her homework and 5 2/5 hours watching TV. How many minutes does she spend on both activities? __________ 11. Elsa made a table cover that is 2 ¾ m long and 1 ½ m wide. How many meters of tatting does she need to put around it? __________ 12. Miss Cruz has 9 red papers and 7 blue papers. She will cut each into 6 equal pieces. many pieces of colored papers will she have then? __________ 13. Six roses cost P45 and 6 oranges cost P51. How much will it cost to buy 8 roses and 8 oranges? __________ 14. What is the biggest number N that will make N – 23 < 58? __________ 15. If 1/5 of a number is 136, what is 1/8 of the number? Part II: Solve each problem. [ 3 points each ] 1. A grass lawn is 68 m by 52 m. Find the ( a.) perimeter of the lawn, and ( b.) the area of the lawn 2. In a relay by bicycle, a team of 7 covered a total of 289 kilometers. Six team members cycled the same number of kilometers. The seventh cycled 9 kilometers more than the others. How many kilometers did ( a.) each of the 6 cyclists cover? ( b.) How many kilometers did the seventh cover? 3. Nora collects stamps. She puts 15 stamps on each page of her album. If 28 pages are full and the last has only 7 stamps, how many stamps does Nora have? 4. Lito and Nardo are playing a numbers game. Lito gives a number and then Nardo gives another. Fill in the missing numbers. LITO 2 4 6 10 12 14 18 NARDO 7 11 15 23 27 35 5.A test has three parts. Kim got 40 or 2/3 of the first part, 36 or ¾ of the second part and 48 or 4/5 of the third part. a. How many correct answers did Kim get in all? b. How many items in all are there? c. How many mistakes in all did Kim make? Part III: Solve each problem. [5 points each ] 1. A clock strikes once for the first quarter hour, twice for the half hour, thrice for the third quarter and as many times as the hour, that is it strikes one at 1:00, twice at 2:00 and so on. How many times in all does it strike from 9:00 A.M. to 12 noon? 2. An educational film is 30 minutes long. Because the auditorium is small, only one grade at a time could see it. It took 10 minutes to rewind and set the film again between showings. The showing started at 8:30 a.m. What time did the showing end if all pupils from Grade 1 to Grade 6 saw it? 3. A crew of 3 men can do a job in 3 weeks and 2 days. How long would it take a crew of 4 men to do the job if they work at the same rate? [Note that a work week contains 6 days.] 1 2006 Regional Individual Finals Metrobank-MTAP-DepEd Math Challenge Grade 3 Solve each item and write the answer on the blank. Time: 75 minutes __________ 1. What is the greatest common factor of 175 and 210?
- 16. __________ 2. Change 84/9 to a mixed number with the fraction part in lowest terms. __________ 3. What is the remainder when 4576 is divided by 19? __________ 4.By how much is 9 3/8 bigger than 4 7/12? __________ 5. Find N in 982 + N = 1736. __________ 6. A garden is 57m long and 42m wide. If you run around it 3 times, how many meters will that be? __________ 7. In a class, there are 4 boys for every 5 girls. If there are 54 pupils in the class, how many boys are there? __________ 8. How many bags of cement will be needed for a path 45m long and 3m wide if one bag of cement is enough to cover 5 square meters of path? __________ 9. What number is 75 more than the product of 34 and 53? __________ 10.Mother needs 5 ½ kilos of sugar for a dessert she is preparing. She has only 3 2/5 kilos. How much more sugar does she need? __________ 11. Joy read 105 pages of her book in 7 days. Her book contains 222 pages. At the same rate, how many more days does she need to finish reading the book? __________ 12. If 8 is added to six times a number, the result is 80. What is the number? __________ 13. One side of a square is 17cm long. By how much is the area increased if each side is increased by 3cm? __________ 14.There are 15 dozen eggs in a box. 1/10 of them had cracks. How many had no cracks? __________ 15.How much less is 2/3 of 84 than the quotient of 511 ÷ 7? II. Solve each problem on scratch paper. Write a neat and complete solution on the space below. Label your answers. Then write the answer on the blank before the number. [3 points each] __________ 1. Nelly got 95, 92, 94, 85 and 90 on 5 tests. What must she get on the 6th test for her average to be 92? __________ 2. Kitty has a photo album of 30 pages. She places 6 pictures on each page. Twenty-one pages of her album are full; the 22nd has only 4 pictures. How many more pictures can Kitty put in her album? __________ 3. Twenty-five telephone poles are 50 meters apart. What is the distance from the first pole to the last pole? __________ 4. A man can do a job in 12 days working 8 hours a day. How many hours a day must the same man work so he can finish the same job in 10 days? __________ 5. Beth earned P1500 for 6 days of work. Ann earned P2,150 for 8 days. Who earned more per day of work? Why? III. Solve each problem on scratch paper and then write a neat and complete solution on the space below. Label your answers. [5 points each] 1. Rose receives P1.60 in change in 5¢, 10¢ and 25¢. She received 17 coins in all. How many of each kind did she receive? 2. A school bus can carry 55 children. The bus picks up 1 child at the first stop. At the second stop, it picks up two children. At the third stop, it picks up 3 children. At each stop, it picks up one more child than at the previous stop. After how many stops will the bus be full? 3. Ricky has 48 stamps; Pete has twice as many stamps as Ricky. Rod has thrice as many stamps as the combined stamps of Ricky and Pete. How many stamps do they have together? If the three decide to share the stamps equally, how many will each have? 1 2007 Regional Individual Finals Metrobank-MTAP-DepEdMath Challenge Grade 3 Solve each problem and write the answer on the blank before each number. [ 2 points each] Time: 80 minutes
- 17. __________ 1. Write sixty-five thousand, seventy-eight in Hindu Arabic. __________ 2. A car travels at 50 kilometers per hour. At that rate, how long will it take to travel 75 kilometers? __________ 3.Mother has 5 meters of pink cloth and 3 ½ meters of white cloth. How many meters of cloth has she? __________ 4. A garden is 20 meters long and 18 meters wide. What is its area? __________ 5. Kate has 65 stamps; Rose has 15 less than twice as many stamps. How many stamps have they together? __________ 6. A string is 80 meters long. One-fourth of the string is how much longer than one-fifth of the string? __________ 7. Find two numbers with a sum of 64 and a difference of 20. __________ 8. The sum of three consecutive odd numbers is 135. What is the largest of the three numbers? __________ 9. What is N in 6, 7, 9, 12, 16, 21, ___ , ___ , N? __________ 10. If today is Friday, what day is it 100 days from today? __________ 11. If 4 boys can make 20 kites in 5 days, how many kites can 10 boys make in 10 days? __________ 12. Lita bought 6 oranges at P11.00 each and a watermelon that cost 4 times as much as an orange. How much change did she get if she gave the seller two P100-bills? __________ 13. I am a number less than 50. When you divide me by 7, the remainder is 3. When you divide me by 8, the remainder is 5. What number am I? __________ 14. Ruth has 96 roses for sale. Half of her roses are red. One third of the other half are pink and the rest are white. How many white roses has Ruth for sale? __________ 15. How many numbers between 101 and 215 are multiples of 6? II. Solve each problem on scratch paper. Then, write a neat and complete solution on the space provided. [3 points each] 1. Five atis cost P35. An atis and 9 apples cost P115. How much is the cost of one dozen atis and one dozen apples? 2. Which has a bigger area, a square with a side of 19 m or a rectangle that is 23 m long and 16 m wide? By how much? 3. I am a 3-digit number less than 800. My hundreds digit is 2 more than my ones digit but 1 less than my tens digit. Write as many numbers as I can be. 4. Ann has P425; Beth has P160 more than Ann while Tess has as much as Ann and Beth together. How much money does Tess have? 5. The product of two numbers is 48 and their quotient is 3. Find the two numbers. III. Solve each problem on scratch paper. Then, write a neat and complete solution on the space provided. [5 points each] 1. Joe and Tim played a game. At the end of a game, the loser gave the winner 5¢. After some time, Joe had won 3 games and Tim had 15¢ more than when he began. How many games did they play? 2. A farmer has 50 animals in his farm. 21 are chicken, and the rest are ducks and cows. If there are 118 legs in all, how many ducks and cows are there? 3. Two-thirds of the area of a square garden is 96 m2. Find the area and the perimeter of the garden. If santan are to be planted along the edges 4 dm apart, how many santan plants will be needed? 1 2008 Regional Individual Finals Metrobank-MTAP-DepEd Math Challenge Grade 3
- 18. I. Solve each item and write the answer on the blank before each number. [ 2 points each] __________ 1. What number increased by 3419 will give 5287? __________ 2. Give two different prime numbers whose sum is 38. __________ 3. What is the remainder when 2473 is divided by 37? __________ 4. A store sold 8 colored TV sets for P92,000. How much did each set cost? __________ 5. What is the least number that has 8, 14 and 22 as divisors? __________ 6. What is the next number in the pattern 7, 15, 25, 37, ____ ? __________ 7. A vendor had 79 red balloons and 95 green balloons. He sold 5/6 of them and 7 burst. How many balloons remained? __________ 8. A rectangular garden is 45 m long and the area is 1620 m2. What is the width? __________ 9. There are 45 pupils in a class. Two-fifths of them are boys. Then, 3 girls left for the province and 7 new pupils came. How many pupils were then in the class? __________ 10. What two numbers have a product of 96 and a sum of 20? __________ 11. Write 189 in Roman Numerals. __________ 12. How much more is the product of 345 x 50 than the product of 100 x 100? __________ 13. Mother needs 2/3 meter of cloth for a pillow case. How many meters of cloth does she need for 18 pillow cases? __________ 14. Nena spends 4 ½ hours a week doing her homework and 4 ¼ hours playing and watching TV. How many minutes a week does she spend on both activities? __________ 15. Kate can make 8 glasses of drinks from a can of juice. She needs 78 glasses of drinks. How many cans of juice does she need to buy? II. Solve each problem on scratch paper. Then write a neat and complete solution on the space provided. [3 points each] 1.Two-fifths of the 2150 students in a school are boys. If ¼ of the boys and 1/3 of the girls are scouts, how many scouts are in the school? 2.There are 56 pupils in a class. 2/7 of the pupils walk to school, ¼ take the school bus and the rest take a jeep. How many pupils go to school by each method? 3. Six Grade 3 sections collected old newspaper. Each section collected an average of 186 kilos of newspaper a week. If the drive lasted for 4 weeks, how many kilos of newspaper did they collect? If they sold it at P2.50 a kilo, how much did they get? -1- 4. I bought some P5-stamps and P13-stamps worth a total of P123. If I bought 15 stamps, how many of each kind did I buy?
- 19. 5. The cost of a book is P159. The cost of 5 Math notebooks is P117.50. Find the cost of 2 of the books and 12 of the notebooks. III. Solve each problem on scratch paper; then write a neat and complete solution on the space provided. [5 points each] 1.Five oranges and one apple cost P56.00. One orange and 5 apples cost P64.00. How much do a dozen oranges and 18 apples cost? 2.I am a 4-digit number. My thousands digit is 3 more than my ones digit; my hundreds digit is 1 less than my thousands and my tens is 2 more than my thousands. What numbers can I be? 3.There are 32 red marbles in a box. The ratio of red marbles to green marbles in the box is 2:3. If 8 more red marbles are added into the box, what is the new ratio of the number of red marbles to that of green marbles? -2- 2004 Sectoral Finals Metrobank-MTAP-DepEd MathChallenge Grade 3 A. 15-second questions – 2 points each ____________1. What number is 25 more than 3 times 15?
- 20. ____________2. If you cut 7 ¾ melons into eights, how many pieces will you have? ____________3. What will you add to 3/8 to get ¾ ? ____________4. How many hours are there in 5 1/3 days? ____________5. What is the ratio of 9 months to 3 years in simplest form? ____________6. A garden is 18 meters by 14 meters. What is its perimeter? ____________ 7. A kilo of chicken costs P94.50. How much will 2 kilos cost? ____________8. What is the remainder when 462 is divided by 9? ____________ 9. In a group of 96 pupils, ¾ passed the test for a Science High School. How many failed the test? ____________10. A rectangular garden has an area of 162 square meters. If the width is 9 m, what is its length? ____________11. A piece of wire, 44 dm long is formed into square. What is its area? B. 30-second questions – 3 points each ____________1. Four times a number plus 14 equals 98. What is the number? ____________2. How many pieces of ribbon each 4 dm long, can you cut from a 30-meter ribbon? ____________ 3. Mother bought 3 kilos of chicken at P96 a kilo, 1 ½ kilos of beef at P140 a kilo. How much did she pay in all? ____________ 4. In a school, the boys are 3/5 of all the students. If there are 480 boys, how many students are there in the school? ____________5. Linda sold 180 hand towels for P8.50 each. If she got 90 centavos for each towel, how much did she earn? ____________6. What is the ratio in lowest terms of 75 cm to 3½ m? C. 1-minute questions – 5 points each ____________1. A bag marked P280 was sold for P240. The discount is what fraction, in the lowest terms of the marked price? ____________2. Carla is 6 ½ years older than her brother and the sum of their ages is 24 ½ . How old is Carla? ____________3. If ponkans cost 3 for P25 and apples cost 2 for P25, how much willl a dozen of each kind of fruit cost? ____________4. A rectangular garden is 18 meters by 14 meters. How much will it cost to fence it if one meter of fencing material costs P45? ____________5. Marlon saves P5.50 a week from his allowance. After 9 weeks, he wanted to buy a bag worth P80. How much money does he have to ask from his mother to buy the bag? ____________6. A rectangular playground is 85 meters by 70 meters. If you walk ____________5 times around it, how many meters will that be? Clincher questions ____________1. What is the sum of the whole numbers between 8 and 13? ____________ 2. Nancy bought 2 T-shirts at P105 each and one blouse for P125. How much change did she get from a P500-bill? ____________ 3. Father picked 240 mangoes. He put ¾ of them into baskets to be sold. He gave 15 to each of his two neighbors. How many mangoes remained for the family? Do-Or-Die questions ____________1. Stella has three 5-peso coins and two 1-peso coins. Katie has five 25¢ coins. How much more do they need to buy a Christmas décor that costs P25? ____________2. The math tests of Tom are 88, 85, 92, 90. What must he get in the last test so that his average is 90? 2005 Sectoral Finals Metrobank-MTAP-DepEd MathChallenge Grade 3 A. 15-secondquestions – 2 points each
- 21. ____________1. What number is 17 less than four times 13? ____________ 2.How many fifths are there in 9 4/5 ? ____________3. One side of a square is 19 cm. What is its perimeter? ____________4. Round 18,758 to the nearest hundred. ____________5. What is the ratio of 10 months to 4 years in simplest form? ____________6. A lobby is 16 meters by 8 meters. What is its area? ____________7. A kilo of chicken costs P92.50. How much will 2 kilos cost? ____________ 8.Jude had 96 marbles. He gave 1/3 of them to his brother. How many marbles remained with him? ____________ 9. In a group of 104 pupils, ¾ passed the test for Manila Science High School. How many failed the test? ____________10. A rectangular garden has an area of 168 square meters. If the width is 8 m, what is its length? ____________ 11. What is the sum of the prime numbers between 20 and 30? B. 30-secondquestions – 3 points each ____________1. How many pieces of string, each 2 ½ m long, can you cut from a 55-meter roll of string? ____________2. Mother bought 2 kilos of pork at P125 a kilo; 1 ½ kilos of beef at P165 a kilo. How much did she pay in all? ____________3. Rita bought a watermelon for P65 and a papaya that cost P25.50 less than the watermelon. How much did she pay for both? ____________4. A rectangular school yard is 85 meters by 65 meters. If you walk twice around it, how many meters will that be? ____________5. Peter sells 180 hand towels for P18.50 each. If he gets 50 centavos for each towel, how much does he earn? ____________6. Three times a number minus 15 equals 75. What is the number? C. 1-minute questions – 5 points each ____________1. A school bag marked P225 was sold for P200. The discount is what fraction, in lowest terms, of the marked price? ____________2. Rico can run 1 ½ m a second. How many minutes will it take him to run 450 m? ____________ 3. A rectangular garden is 18 meters by 14 meters. How much will it cost to fence it if one meter of fencing material costs P60? ____________4. What is the 25th number in the pattern 7, 11, 15, 19, … ? ____________5. What number nearest to 4584 is divisible by 47 without remainder? ____________6. In a school, the boys are 2/5 of all the students. If there are 260 boys, how many girls are there? Clincher questions ____________1. What is the sum of the whole numbers between 8 and 13? 2006 Sectoral Finals Metrobank - MTAP-DepEd Math Challenge Grade 3 A. 15-second questions – 2 points each
- 22. ____________1. Estimate the product of 53 x 67 by rounding each factor. ____________2. Change 6 5/9 to an improper fraction. ____________3.What is ¾ of 124? ____________ 4. What is the biggest whole number N that will make N – 7 < 35? ____________ 5. What number is 8 more than 2 times the sum of 9 and 10? ____________6. A piece of wire 44 cm long is formed into a square. What is the area of the square that is formed? ____________7. What is the remainder when 495 is divided by 8? ____________ 8. One number is 5 more than another and their sum is 43. What is the bigger number? ____________9. What is the 10th number in the pattern 12, 19, 26, 33, . . . ____________10. Mother has P50. She bought 2 mangoes at P11.50 each. How much change did she get? ____________11. Give the prime numbers between 30 and 40. B. 30-second questions – 3 points each ____________1. John bought 3 orchestra tickets for P38.50 each. How much change did he get from two P100-bills? ____________2. What is the ratio in lowest terms of 75 cm to 2 ¾ meters? ____________3. A 4-liter can of oil costs P312. How much does ½ liter of oil cost? ____________4. Kitty spends 3 ¾ hours a week doing her homework and 5 2/3 hours watching TV. How many minutes a week does she spend on both activities? ____________ 5. Six ponkans cost P45 and 6 apples cost P51. How much do 2 ponkans and 2 apples cost? ____________6. Mother uses 3 cups of salt for 50 cups of water for her salt solution. How many cups of water does she need for 4 ½ cups of salt? C. 1-minute questions – 5 points each ____________1. If 25 is subtracted from a number and the difference is divided by 12, the result is 17. What is the number? ____________2. If apples cost 3 for P25, and oranges cost 4 for P30, how much will a dozen of each kind of fruit cost? ____________3. Mother had some money in her purse. She gave half of the money to her daughter and half of the remaining money to her son. If she had exactly P36.50 left, how much money had she at first? ____________4. A grass lawn is 85 m long 68 m wide. If you walk around it 5 times, how many meters will that be? ____________ 5. A test has three parts. Lita got 40 or 2/3 of the first part, 30 or ¾ of the second part and 48 or 4/5 of the third part. How many items in all are in the test? ____________6.Elsa made a table cover that is 2 ¾ m long and 1 ½ m wide. How many meters of tatting does she need to put around it? Clincher questions ____________1.By how much is ½ of 50 bigger than 1/3 of 45? ____________ 2. What number is 12 less than the product of 7 times the sum of 14 and 16? ____________ 3. In a school play, adult tickets cost P50 and student tickets cost P25. How much will 3 adult tickets and 4 student tickets cost? Do-Or-Die questions ____________ 1. A carpenter made 40 stools, some 3-legged and some 4-legged. If he used 142 legs, how many 4-legged stools did he make? FIRST NATIONAL METROBANK - MTAP - DEPED MATH CHALLENGE Grade 3 Solve each item and write the answer on the blank before the number.
- 23. _________ 1. What is the value of the underlined digit in 68,985? _________ 2. How many tens are there in 5,480? _________ 3. If 17,843 = 17,000 + N + 40 + 3, what is N? _________ 4. Write thirty-six thousand, nine hundred eight in figures. _________ 5. What is the biggest number that you can write using 0, 5, 8, 7? _________ 6. What is the smallest 4-digit number with no digits the same? _________ 7. Write DXCVIII in Hindu-Arabic. +5 x 3 ÷ 6 – 5 _________8.N if [ N ] ---> [ ] ---> [ ] ---> [ ] ---> [ 11 ]. _________ 9. A farmer picked 341 mangoes. He gave 65 to friends and sold 250. How many were left for his family? _________ 10. If October 17 is Wednesday, what day is October 25? _________ 11. Add 37 to the product of 13 and 8. _________ 12. What fraction of the figure is shaded? _________ 13. How much is our paper bill (money) with BENIGNO AQUINO Jr. on it? _________ 14. How many 5-peso coins equal one P100 bill? _________ 15. Father has six P100-bills, seven P50-bills and fifteen P10-bills in his wallet. How much money has he in his wallet? _________ 16 What is CLXXVI in Hindu-Arabic? _________ 17. What is the remainder when 936 is divided by 17? _________ 18. A Grade 3 class bought 2 boxes of milk each containing 48 cans. How many cans of milk did they buy? _________ 19. The pupils in Problem 18 gave 3 cans of milk to each flood victim. To how many did they give milk? _________ 20. A Grade 3 class collected 250 kilos of newspaper one week and 1 ½ times as much the next week. How many kilos in all did they collect in two weeks? _________ 21. Apples cost P7.50 each. How many can you buy for P50? _________ 22. I am thinking of two factors of 48 whose sum is 16. what are the two factors? _________ 23. How many eighths are there in 2 ½ wholes? _________ 24. In the word MATHEMATICS, which letter is the 7th from the beginning? _________ 25. By what can 37 be increased to make it 85? _________ 26. What is the sum of the first 6 counting numbers? _________ 27. What is the triangle in the figure called? (1) _________ 28. How many angles less than 180o each are formed by two intersecting lines? _________ 29. In the figure, give another name for ray AB. A B C
- 24. _________ 30. What is the name of a figure with 4 equal sides and 4 equal angles? _________ 31. A school yard is 123 meters long and 88 meters wide. If you walk around it, how many meters will that be? _________ 32. A rectangular lot has an area of 391 m2. If the width is 17 m., what is the length? _________ 33. An angle measures 105 . What kind of angle is it called? _________ 34. What is the shape of this paper you are now reading? _________ 35. One side of a square is 1 ½ dm. What is its perimeter in centimeters? _________ 36. What is the perimeter of the figure? 14cm 11cm 18 cm 27cm _________ 37. What is the area of the same figure? _________ 38. Pete and Rey went to see a film. It lasted for 1 ½ hours. It ended at 11:00 pm. What time did it begin? _________ 39. What is the next number in 11, 13, 16, 20, 25, …. _________ 40. The Grade 3 girls baked 8 ½ dozen cookies and put them in plastic bags, 6 cookies in a bag. How many bags did they use? _________ 41. The scout master made 88 scouts form rows of 12. How many more scouts are needed to complete the last row? _________ 42. Pete has 29 marbles. Ricky has 11 less than twice as many. How many marbles has Ricky? _________ 43. A box is 12 cm long, 9cm wide and 7cm high. What is its volume? 12cm 9cm 7cm _________ 44. Ann has 96 Philippine stamps. She has 2/3 as many U.S. stamps and ½ as many European stamps. How many stamps has she in all? _________ 45. If 37 x 68 = 2516, what is 370 x 680 ? _________ 46. Multiplying 45 by 15 and then dividing by 5 will give the same result as multiplying 45 by what 1-digit number? _________ 47. Nancy has 5 ½ meters of cloth. She used 2 ¼ meters for a dress. How much cloth has she left? _________ 48. Kate has a picture album. She puts 6 pictures on each page. If 27 pages are full and there are 3 pictures on the 28th page, how many pictures are in her album? _________ 49. How many tens are there in the smallest 4-digit number? _________ 50. If a boy takes 3 minutes to walk 200 meters, how long will it take him to walk a kilometer? (2) FIRST NATIONAL (part2) METROBANK - MTAP- DEPED MATH CHALLENGE Grade 3 Solve each problem and putthe answer on the blank before the number. _________ 1. What is the value of 8 in 8,397? _________ 2. Write “six thousand five hundred fifty-eight” in Hindu-Arabic.
- 25. _________ 3. How many P100 bills will make P5,000 ? _________ 4. _______ = 9000 + 600 + 80 + 6 _________ 5. What will you put in the blank, < = or > ? 5,945 ____ 5, 954 _________ 6. Choose from {200, 300, 400, 500} so that ____ x 9 > 4,476? _________ 7. What number is 347 more than 5,928? _________ 8. What is 19 less than 45 + 38? _________ 9. What will make 4958 = 4,000 + [ ] + 50 + 8, true? _________ 10. Write LXXXIV in Hindu-Arabic. _________ 11. Write 47 in Roman numerals. _________ 12. Fill the ____ to make (35 + 5) + 13 = ( _____ + 9 ) + 17 true. _________ 13. What is the missing factor in 8 x [ ? ] = 384? _________ 14. 27 + 27 + 27 + 27 + 27 + 27 + 27 = ____ x 27 _________ 15. What is the missing number in 452 – [ ? ] = 275? _________ 16. There are 1,672 students in St. Anne’s School. Ofthese, 948 are boys. How many are girls? _________ 17. Mother boughta dozen mangoes for P114. How much was one mango? _________ 18. 165 students went to a ball game. 75 of the students were boys. Whatis the ratio ofboys to girls? _________ 19. In 9 x 8 = 72, 9 and 8 are called _____ . _________ 20. Which of the following is a prime number? { 21, 23, 25, 27 } _________ 21. What is the missing number in 16, 23, 30, ___, 44, 51. _________ 22. The numbers 8, 16, 24, 32, 40 are called ________ of 8. _________ 23. George gathered 265 eggs. He put12 in each egg tray. How many trays did he fill up? _________ 24. You have 7 boxes ofmilk. Each contains 48 cans. How many food packages can you prepare ifyou put 2 cans ofmilk in each package? _________ 25. Aileen read 90 pages ofher storybook in 5 days. The book has 161 pages. At the same rate, in how many more days can she finish the book? _________ 26. Tom, Jack and Phil picked 204 mangoes. Ifthey shared the mangoes equally, how many did each get? _________ 27. Mother used ¾ kilo ofsugar for one dessertand ½ kilo for another. If she bought2 kilos ofsugar, how much sugar remained? _________ 28. Ray has P228. He gave 1/3 of it to his sister and ¼ of it to his younger brother. How much had he left? _________ 29. What comes next? 3/5, 6/10, 9/15, 12/20, _____? _________ 30. Mother bought4 2/5 meters of white cloth and 5 ½ meters ofblue cloth. How many meters ofcloth did Mother buy? _________ 31. Joy has 3 P50-bills, 4 P20-bills, 7 P10-bills and 8 P5-coins. How much money has she? _________ 32. How many P5-coins will be equal to one P500-bill and one P50-bill? _________ 33. Joy started doing homework at7:15 p.m. and finished at 9:00 p.m. How many minutes did she take to do her homework? _________ 34. 1.7 is equal to how many tenths? _________ 35. Write six and one hundred thirty-six thousandths in symbols. _________ 36. 0.45 is equal to what fraction in lowestterms? _________ 37. Ray has a 3 2/3 meter rope and a 3 ½ meter rope. What is the total length of his ropes? _________ 38. Name the angle in the figure using 3 letters. X O Y _________ 39. What do you call an angle of 98 ? _________ 40. Gay has some money. On her birthday Mother gave her P75 and Father gave her P80. Now she has P292. How much money had she at first? _________ 41. Nelly is making handkerchiefs each 2.5 dm on a side. How much lace does she need to put around 3 handkerchiefs. _________ 42. What is the smallestnumber divisible by both 16 and 24? _________ 43. How many prime numbers are there between 40 and 50? _________ 44. Round off 4756 to the nearest hundred. _________ 45. What is the biggestnumber by which you can divide both 24 and 36? _________ 46. Tom put 128 stamps, 12 stamps to a page. How many stamps are needed to fill up the last page? _________ 47. The underline 7 in 7,476 is ______ times as greatas the 7 that is not underlined. _________ 48. A rectangular garden is 32 m. long and 25 m. wide. What is its area? _________ 49. How tall is a tree that cast a shadow of 30 m. when a 3 m. postcast a shadow of 5 m. _________ 50. A rectangular park is 35 m. by 65 m. If a jogger goes around it5 times, how many meters will that be? 1
- 26. ANSWER KEYS GRADE3 MTAP ANSWER KEY ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ 2005 ELIMINATION
- 27. 1. 86,057 2. 63089 3. ten thousands 4. 400,000 5. 74 6. 1375 7. 102 8. P1,010.00 9. 40 10. 174 11. 4,000 12. 560 13. 12 14. 418 15. 5,600 16. = 17. 444 18. 168 19. 6 20. 69 21. 8 and 7 22. 256 23. P1,147.50 24. 28 25. 7 26. 36 27. P17.50 28. 89 29. 388 30. 12 31. 3 32. 225 33. 18 34. 11 35. 7 36. 202 m. 37. 24 38. 2 ¼ m. 39. 30 40. square 41. 48 m. 42. 135 m2 43. 40 44. 15 45. 15 km. 46. 74 47. Nov. 25 48. P61.00 49. P95.00 50. 82 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ 2006 ELIMINATION 1. 4000 2. 198 3. 17,964 4. 188 5. XCVII 6. 51 7. 52 8. 15 9. 181300 10. 40 11. ¾ kilo 12. 30 18 13. 96 14. square 15. 362 16. 2860 17. 1386 cm3 18. 1800 m 19. 10 20. 26 21. 203 22. 5 23. 8 24. 9 9/10 25. 105 26. rectangle 27. P192.00 28. 44 29. 53 and 59 30. 947 31. P375.00 32. 30 33. 8:15 34. 9876 35. 55 36. 75,704 37. 385 38. 55 39. 36 40. 2 41. 33/48 or 11/16 42. 384 43. 48 44. P300.00 45. 28 46. 10 47. 23 48. 72 49. 98 50. 7/20 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ 2007 ELIMINATION 1. 98 065 2. 70 000 3. 48 000 4. 2100 5. 396 6. 11 7. 62 8. 379 9. LXVII 10. 19/36 11. P150.00 12. 65 13. 70 14. P1075.66 15. 15 16. 3:5 or 3/5 17. meters or m 18. 525 19. gram 20. 365 21. 65 22. 94 23. P32.75 24. P17.25 25. P125.00 26. 92 m 27. 493 m2 28. 17:10 or 17/10 29. 640 cm or 6.4 m 30. 6 m 31. 550 grams 32. 8 33. 10 34. 23 m 35. 13 36. 2200 37. P1.575.00 38. 8 39. 31 40. 104.5 km 41. P1,120.00 42. P48.00 43. 12 44. 54 m 45. P207.00 46. 33 47. 28 sq m 48. P10,440.00 49. P1,085.00 50. 90 GRADE3 MTAP ANSWER KEY 2 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
- 28. 2004 Division Orals A. 15-second questions 1. 50 2. P63.00 3. C 4. 35 5. 210 6. 1,750m 7. 121 sq dm 8. P80.00 9. 6 10. Jan. 26 11. 6 B. 30-second questions 1. 27 2. P185.00 3. P65.00 4. 9 5. 7448 sq m 6. 50 7. 60 C. 1-minute questions 1. 47 2. Mandy 3. P2,550.00 4. 2.08 km 5. 237 6. 50 Clincher 1. 55 2. 217 3. P99.00 Do-Or-Die 1. P2,510.00 2. 64 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ 2005 Division Orals A. 15-second questions 1. 9 2. 56 3. 500 g or ½ kg 4. 180 5. 9 6. 39 7. 28 8. 169 sq cm 9. 80 10. 10 11. 1500 B. 30-second questions 1. 26 m 2. 51 3. 106 4. 288 5. 38 6. 38 cm C. 1-minute questions 1. 9:15 P.M. 2. Yoly P129, Bea P157 3. 25 2/3m 4. 40 5. 50 6. 58 Clincher 1. 71 2. 1 ¼ m 3. 10th Do-Or-Die 1. P259.00 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ 2008 Division Orals A. 15-second questions 1. 7314 2. 9 899 3. 5 4. 8 years 5. P199.00 6. 14,900 7. 14,400 8. 4 9. P136.00 10. 455 11. 29 cm B. 30-second questions 1. 18 2. 112 3. 40 4. 19 5. 96 cm 6. 240 C. 1-minute questions 1. P1,550.00 2. 4, 12 3. P270.00 4. 13 5. 43 [ 210 = 21 x 10 ] Clincher 1. 5 /12 2. 6, 9 3. 144 sq m Do-Or-Die 1. 122 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ 2006 Division Team Competition A. 15-second questions 1. 184 2. 51,000 3. 2 4. 48 5. 50:3 6. 72 7. 200 8. 150 9. 2.5 km 10. 20 11. 76 B. 30-second questions 1. 2, 3, 7 2. 1 7/8 3. 8 4. 65 5. 114 6. 46 C. 1-minute questions 1. 6 2. 45 3. P9, 996.00 4. P270 5. 45 6. 120 Clincher 1. 51 2. P375.00 3. 7 Do-Or-Die 1. 4-P5, 7-P1 and 6-25¢ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ 2007 Division Team Competition A. 15-second questions 1. 35 000 2. 637 3. 9900 4. 420 5. 165 6. P72.00 7. 1362 8. 3 9. P247.50 10. 30 m 11. 4 B. 30-second questions 1. P240.00 2. P75.00 3. 62 4. 9810 5. 6 6. P44.00 C. 1-minute questions 1. P270.00 2. 7 ¾ 3. P10,200 4. P1,000 5. 5 6. 22 yrs. old Clincher 1. 9 yrs. old 2. 29 3. [ L (P36.00), C (P48.50)] Do-Or-Die 1. 55 GRADE 3 MTAP ANSWER KEY 3 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
- 29. 2005 Regional Finals A. 15-second questions 1. 3/4 2. 28 cm 3. 56,000 4. 5+19, 7+17, 11+13 5. 3 6. 111 7. 121 sq cm 8. P32.00 9. 8 10. 70 sq m 11. 30 B. 30-second questions 1. 2007 2. 23 3. 23 4. 96 5. 97 6. 22 C. 1-minute questions 1. 4.8 m 2. 230 3. P9.50 4. 193 5. 1900 m 6. 2100 Clincher 1. 11/4 2. 448 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ 2006 Regional Finals A. 15-second questions 1. 12 2. 53 and 59 3. 93 4. 78 5. 24228 6. P304.00 7. 3,279 or 3,297 8. 9 9. 4/5 10. 1 11. 16 B. 30-second questions 1. 30 2. 87 3. 80 4. P80.50 5. 32 6. 30 C. 1-minute questions 1. 13 2. 170 3. P8.50 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ 2004 Sectoral Finals A. 15-second questions 1. 70 2. 62 3. 3/8 4. 128 5. 1 : 4 6. 64 m 7. P189.00 8. 3 9. 24 10. 18 m 11. 121 sq dm B. 30-second questions 1. 21 2. 75 3. P498.00 4. 800 5. P162.00 6. 3 : 14 C. 1-minute questions 1. 1/7 2. 15 ½ yr. old 3. P250.00 4. P2,880.00 5. P30.50 6. 1550 m Clincher 1. 42 2. P165 3. 30 Do-Or-Die 1. P4.75 2. 95 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ 2005 Sectoral Finals A. 15-second questions 1. 35 2. 49 3. 76 cm 4. 18,800 5. 5 : 24 6. 128 sq m 7. P185.00 8. 64 9. 26 10. 21 m 11. 52 B. 30-second questions 1. 22 2. P497.50 3. P104.50 4. 600 m 5. P90.00 6. 30 C. 1-minute questions 1. 1/9 2. 5 min 3. P3840 4. 103 5. 4606 6. 390 Clincher 1. 42 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ 2006 Sectoral Finals A. 15-second questions 1. 3500 2. 59/9 3. 93 4. 41 5. 46 6. 121 sq cm 7. 7 8. 24 9. 75 10. P27.00 11. 31, 37 B. 30-second questions 1. P84.50 2. 3:11 3. P39.00 4. 565 minutes 5. P32.00 6. P32.00 C. 1-minute questions 1. 229 2. P190.00 3. P146.00 4. 1,530 m 5. 160 6. 8 ½ m Clincher 1. 10 2. 198 3. P250.00 Do-Or-Die 1. 22 GRADE 3 MTAP ANSWER KEYS 4
- 30. 2005 Regional Finals A. 15-second questions 1. 3/4 2. 28 cm 3. 56,000 4. 5+19, 7+17,11+13 5. 3 6. 111 7. 121 cm2 8. P32.00 9. 8 10. 70 m2 11. 30 B. 30-second questions 1. 2007 2. 23 3. 23 4. 96 5. 97 6. 22 C. 1-minute questions 1. 4.8 m 2. 230 3. P9.50 4. 193 5. 1900 m 6. 2100 Clincher questions 1. 4/11 2. 448 2006 Regional Finals A. 15-second questions 1. 12 2. 53 and 59 3. 93 4. 78 5. 24228 6. P304 7. 3,279 or 3,297 8. 9 9. 4/5 10. 1 11. 16 B. 30-second questions 1. 30 2. 87 3. 80 4. P80.50 5. 32 6. 30 C. 1-minute questions 1. 13 2. 170 3. P8.50