# 2002 Grade 5 MTAP Elimination Questions Part 2

Below are the questions and answers of the 2002 MTAP Elimination questions for Grade 5, items 26 to 50. Items 1 to 25 can be found here.

26.) If 4.26 ÷ 3 = 1.42, what is 42.6 ÷ 0.142?

27.) Change 155% to a fraction in lowest terms.

28.) Change 21/5to percent.

29.) A student got 90% of a test. He answered 36 items correctly. How many items were in the test?

30.) Out of 100 students in Grade 5, 48 are boys. What percent of the Grade 5 students are girls?

31.) There are 450 Cub and Boy Scouts in a school. If 70% are Cubs, how many are Boy Scouts?

32.) Find N if N : 90 = 14 : 30.

33.) If 200 is divided in the ratio 1 : 2 : 5, what is the middle part?

34.) If 7 men can do a job in 6 days, how many men can do the working 3 days?

35.) A restaurant charges 3.5% service tax. If your order amounted to ₱210.50, how much in all did you pay?

36.) Tessie uses 2.2 meters of cloth for one uniform. How many uniforms can she make from 20 meters of cloth?

37.) Find the perimeter of a regular pentagon with sides that are 90dm long.

38.) A circular man-made lake has a radius of 30 m. What is its area?

39.) A rectangular field is 95 m long and 78 m wide. If you run around it 4 times, how many meters will that be?

40.) An angle is twice its complement. Find the angle.

41.) A closed box is 7 dm by 4 dm by 5 dm. What is its total surface area?

42.) What is the volume of the box in #41?

43.) The base of an isosceles triangle is 29 cm and the perimeter is 75 cm. How long is a leg?

44.) A circular pool has a diameter of 24 meters. If you walk around it, how many meters will that be?

45.) A base angle of an isosceles triangle is 52o. Find the vertex angle.

46.) An angle is 10 degrees more than its supplement. Find the angle.

47.) Nelly made a circle graph to represent her day of 24 hours. If she works for 8 hours, how many degrees is the sector that represents her work?

48.) The scale of a map is 1 cm to 30 km. If two cities are 450 km apart, how far apart are they on the map?