# Grade 3 MTAP Sample Problem Set 1

If you are going to join the Metrobank-MTAP-Math Challenge, below are some of the sample questions. These questions were given for Grade 3 pupils, but they can also be a reviewer up to Grade 6. The answer key is shown after each number. I solved the problems on my own, so please comment if you have different answers.

Grade 3 MTAP Sample Problem Set 1

1. What number times 7 and added to 8 equals 50?

2. The perimeter of a rectangle is 76m. If one side is 16m, what is the other side?

3. What two numbers have a sum of 25 and a difference of 3?

4. What is the largest number less 1000 that is divisible by 8?

5. Rose started doing her Math assignment at 6:45pm. If she spent 2 hours and 20 minutes on it, what time did she finish?

6. Ponkans cost P7 each. How many can you buy for P100?

7. A P.E. teacher has 48 pupils. If she lines them in 8 rows, how many pupils are in each row?

8. My uncle’s age is 7 more than twice my eldest brother’s age. My eldest brother is 19 years old. How old is my uncle?

9. A kilo of mangoes costs P 45. I have only P 100. How much more money do I need if I want to buy 3 kilos?

10. What is 8/11 of 44?

11. Add 19 to the differences of 45 and 28.

12. Ricky has 84 marbles, 1/3 of the marbles are green, 2/4 are red and the rest are white.How many marbles of each color are there?

13. How many 5 centavos coins pieces are equal to P 5?

14. Rita and Kathy spent P 54. Rita, Kathy and Jean spent P 75. How much did Jean spend?

15. Carlo bought 2 dozens of eggs at P42 per dozen. He sold it for P 6 each. How much did he gain?

(1) 6

(2) 22

(3) 14 and 11

(4) 992

(5) 9:05

(6) 14

(7) 6

(8) 45

(9) P35

(10) 32

(11) 36

(12) 28 green, 42 red, and 14 white

(13) 100

(14) 21

(15) P60

1. admin,how did u come up with the answer 11 in number 14…thanks

2. # 15 answer is wrong because 42 x 2 = 84. if each egg is P6 x 24 for 2 dozens the answer is P150 – 84, so he gained P66.

1. 1dozen=12pcs at 42 pesos

42divided by 12= 3.50 each
6pesos – 3.50= 2.50x 24=60 pesos ! The answer is correct!

3. for jael, the correct answer in number 14 is 21 not 11… thanks

1. To solve #7 here is an explanation:

So there are 48 students and they are supposed to be lined up in 8 rows. If you want the rows to have the exact same number then you should divide.

48 divided by 8 is equal to 6!

4. In number 14 , isn’t the answer suppose to be P21 ? 75 – 54 =21 , that’s how I did it..

5. Kate , on number seven , 48 ÷ 8 = 6 on no. Eight , 19 × 2 = 38 + 7 = 45