MTAP Reviewer – 1st Solved Number Problem

Number problems is one of the most common problems in many math competitions including MTAP Grade 5 and MTAP Grade 6. We discuss some work examples on number problems in this post. Little algebra is needed to solve this type of problem, but it is expected from advanced students who join math competitions.

Number Problem

One number is 2 more than the other. Their sum is 28. What are the numbers?

Solution

Let n be the smaller number. Since the other number is larger by 2, we can represent it as n + 2.

Their sum is 28, so n plus n + 2 equals 28. That is, Continue reading

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Grade 6 MTAP Reviewer Set 6

This is the 6th set of the MTAP Reviewer for Grade 6.

1.) What property says that for any numbers a and b, a + b = b + a?

2.) The product of 12, -3 and n is positive. What is true about the value of n?

a. n > 0
b. n < 0
c. n = 0

3.) One fifth of a number added to one fourth of the same number is equal to 18. What is the number?

4.) What is the value of 2 \times 4!? Continue reading

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Grade 5 MTAP Reviewer Set 6

Below is the sixth set of the MTAP Reviewer of Grade 6.

1.) 600,000 = ___ ten thousands

2.) What type of triangle has side lengths 19, 22, and 19 units?

3.) Which of the following numbers is divisible by 3?

6517, 7843,  2176, 8916

4.) What is the prime factorization of 18?

5.) The smallest square below has side 1 unit. What is the perimeter of the rectangle below?  Continue reading

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Grade 4 MTAP Reviewer Set 6

This is the 6th set of the MTAP Reviewer in Grade 4.

1.) Write the expression from 22 subtracted from x.

2.) Place <, >, or = in the ___ below.

0.6 __ 0.7

3.) What is the product of 3 and 6, 540 to the nearest thousands?

4.)  What is the least of the following fractions?

\displaystyle \frac{2}{5}, \displaystyle \frac{3}{5}, \displaystyle \frac{1}{2}

5.) What is 8.913 rounded to the nearest whole number?  Continue reading

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