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### Math assembly

1. 1. BUCKLEY RED & BLUE 2010 MATH BOWL
2. 2. FIRST GRADE QUESTION # 1 What time is it?
4. 4. SECOND GRADE QUESTION # 1 What time is it?
6. 6. THIRD GRADE QUESTION # 1 It is 5:55. What time will it be in 10 minutes?
8. 8. FOURTH GRADE QUESTION # 1 It is 2:30. What time will it be in 45 minutes?
10. 10. FIFTH GRADE QUESTION # 1 Chef Dennis needs 12 pieces of fruit to make 3 glasses of juice. How many pieces of fruit does he need to make 10 glasses of juice?
11. 11. ANSWER: 40 pieces of fruit
12. 12. SIXTH GRADE QUESTION # 1 Mrs. Powers multiplied a number by 2 and got 60 as her answer. However she was supposed to divide the number by 2 to find the correct answer. What is the correct answer?
14. 14. SEVENTH GRADE QUESTION # 1 Once upon a time, Roger’s age was three times Rose’s age. Persaud was six years older than Rose. Roger and Persaud are twins. How old was Rose?
15. 15. ANSWER: 3 years old
16. 16. EIGHTH GRADE QUESTION # 1 It cost Dr. Juhel \$200,000 to build a house. He sold it to Mrs. Wong at a 10% profit. Later Mrs. Wong sold it to Mrs. Lyons at a 10% loss. What is the positive difference between the amount Mrs. Wong bought the house for and the amount Mrs. Wong sold the house for?
18. 18. FIRST GRADE QUESTION # 2 Count back by 10s from 70 70, ____, ____, ____
19. 19. ANSWER: 70, 60, 50, 40
20. 20. SECOND GRADE QUESTION # 2 Count by 10s 120, ____, ____, ____
21. 21. ANSWER: 120, 130, 140, 150
22. 22. THIRD GRADE QUESTION # 2 The rule is plus 30. Give the three numbers that follow 260. 260, ____, ____, ____
23. 23. ANSWER: 260, 290, 320, 350
24. 24. FOURTH GRADE QUESTION # 2 What is the value of the 7 in 274,301,695?
26. 26. FIFTH GRADE QUESTION # 2 Mr. C. has 6 tents for 18 campers. Each tent holds either 2 or 4 campers. Exactly how many tents hold 2 campers?
28. 28. SIXTH GRADE QUESTION # 2 A square and a triangle have equal perimeters. The lengths of the three sides of the triangle are 6.1 cm, 8.2 cm, and 9.7 cm. What is the area of the square?
30. 30. SEVENTH GRADE QUESTION # 2 Mr. Hall opened a new bag of jelly beans and ate three-fourths of the jelly beans in the bag. Then Ms. Solosky ate two-thirds of the remaining jelly beans. Finally, Mr. Parker ate the ten jelly beans that were left. How many jelly beans were in the unopened bag of jelly beans?
31. 31. ANSWER: 120 jelly beans
32. 32. EIGHTH GRADE QUESTION # 2 Mrs. Wisnewski counts by 20, Mrs. Gulbransen counts by 55 and Mrs. Thomas counts by 60. What is the smallest number that the three of them will meet?
34. 34. FIRST GRADE QUESTION # 3 How many cents is: Dime, Nickel, Nickel, Penny, Penny
36. 36. SECOND GRADE QUESTION # 3 How much money is 8 quarters and 1 dime?
38. 38. THIRD GRADE QUESTION # 3 How many nickels in \$2.00?
40. 40. FOURTH GRADE QUESTION # 3 About how tall is a regular door? 7 inches, 7 centimeters, 7 feet, 7 yards, or 7 meters
42. 42. FIFTH GRADE QUESTION # 3 The product of my number and twice my number is 72. What is half of my number?
44. 44. SIXTH GRADE QUESTION # 3 Betty Buckley scored either a 100 or a 90 on each of her 5 math tests. The average of her math tests was 98. On how many tests did Betty score a 90?
46. 46. SEVENTH GRADE QUESTION # 3 Mrs. Jenne scored 29 points in the basketball playoff game. She made a combination of 2- point baskets and 3-point baskets during the game. If Mrs. Jenne made a total of 11 baskets, how many 3-point baskets did she make?
48. 48. EIGHTH GRADE QUESTION # 3 In a certain year, the 8th graders wanted to decorate their hallway, and the students wanted to collect the money to fund the decorating. If every student gave \$1.50, then the class would be 95¢ short. If every student gave \$1.60, then the class would have \$1.15 left over. How many students were in the 8th grade that year?
50. 50. FIRST GRADE QUESTION # 4 Seven children are playing. Two more children come to play. Then, one child leaves. How many children are playing now?
52. 52. SECOND GRADE QUESTION # 4 An orange cost 10 cents. I want to buy 6 oranges. What is the cost?
54. 54. THIRD GRADE QUESTION # 4 I bought flowers for \$3.55. I paid with a 5-dollar bill. What is my change?
56. 56. FOURTH GRADE QUESTION # 4 How can you make \$100.00 without using a 100 dollar bill? You must use the fewest bills possible.
57. 57. ANSWER: Two \$50 bills
58. 58. FIFTH GRADE QUESTION # 4 Mrs. Uhr walked halfway from her house to Buckley. Then she decided to run the rest of the way. She ran 3 times as fast as she walked. It took Mrs. Uhr 6 minutes to walk half way to Buckley. How many minutes did it take her to get from home to Buckley?
60. 60. SIXTH GRADE QUESTION # 4 Big Al, the ape, ate 100 bananas in 5 days. Each day he ate 6 more bananas than on the previous day. How many bananas did Big Al eat on the fifth day?
62. 62. SEVENTH GRADE QUESTION # 4 The 10 leaves of Mrs. Sipley’s 20-page book are numbered 1 through 20. The first and last leaves are ripped out. What is the sum of the remaining pages?
64. 64. EIGHTH GRADE QUESTION # 4 Ms. Chieng visited Japan and the currency used in Japan is Yen. She bought 325 stamps for 729 Yen each, 225 cups for 729 Yen each and 729 bowls for 450 Yen each. How many Yen did Ms. Chieng spend?
66. 66. FIRST GRADE TIE BREAKER What is half of 8?
68. 68. SECOND GRADE TIE BREAKER I buy a notebook for 62 cents. I pay with a one dollar bill. What is my change?