# 2008 Grade 3 MTAP Elimination Questions Part 2

Below are the questions and answers of the 2007 MTAP Elimination questions for Grade 3, items 26-50. You can read items 1-25 here.

26.) There are 25 candies in each of 5 bags and 50 candies in each of 3 bags. How many candies are there?

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 product of 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 product of 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 product of 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 cost P54; four mangoes and 5 atis cost P66. How much does one at is cost?

46.) Rosa has 48 foreign stamps. She has 6 fewer than twice as many Philippine stamps. How many Philippine stamps does she have?

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?