2007 Metrobank-MTAP-DepEd Math Challenge
Division Team Competition – Grade 1
A. 15-second questions – 2 points each
1.) What number has 4 ones, 9 tens and 7 hundreds?
2.) What is the value of the digit 6 in 4,628?
3.) What is the sixth number in the pattern 7, 13, 19, …?
4.) How many half hours are there in 11 ½ hours?
5.) What number is 12 more than 50 – 21?
6.) How many marbles are left if 8 marbles are subtracted from 2 dozen marbles?
7.) What number ending in 2 zeros is nearest 249?
8.) If your sister is 9 years old in 2007, in what year was she born?
9.) Janice has 8 roses. Her mother will buy 3 dozens more. How many roses will Janice have?
10.) There are 45 books in a shelf. One-third of the books are Math books. How many of the books are not Math books?
11.) If Greg has 12 ½ apples, how many apple halves can he have?
B. 30-second questions – 3 points each
1.) Girlie received 5 more P5-coins than Boyette. If Boyette received P35, how much money do they have together?
2.) What number is greater than the sum of 18 and 25 but less than the sum of 16 & 29?
3.) A storybook has 110 pages. Nita has 26 pages left to read. How many pages has she read?
4.) On Wednesday, Ms. Luna teaches 4 classes. Each class is 1 ½ hours long. How many hours does she teach on those days?
Answer: 6 hours
5.) A vendor earned P40 selling sampaguita garlands on Saturday. On Sunday she earned 3 times as much. How much did the vendor earn on the 2 days?
Answer: Php 160.00
6.) Ronald has eight 5-peso coins, twelve 1-peso coins and six 25-¢ coins. How much money does he have in all?
Answer: Php 53.50
C. 1-minute questions – 5 points each
1.) Melba has P95. Her sister has P45. After Melba bought a gift worth P25, how much more money does Melba have than her sister?
Answer: Php 25.00
2.) If you have 3 ten-peso coins, 11 five-peso coins and 5 twenty five centavo coins, write the money you have using the peso sign.
Answer: Php 86.25
3.) Our square garden has a side of 15 m. Our neighbor’s garden is 18 m long and 15 m wide. How much longer is the perimeter of your neighbor’s garden than yours?
Answer: 6 meters
4.) Which is greater and by how much? (P44 – P15 + P19) or (P41 + P21 – P13)
Answer: P41 + P21 – P13, by P1
5.) One side of a square table is 2 m. Three tables are placed side by side to form a rectangle. What is the perimeter of the figure?
Answer: 16 meters
6.) What is the sum of the greatest 3-digit number and the smallest 3-digit number you can form using the digits 2, 4 and 5?
1.) Mother has P30. She gave P5 to each of her 2 sons and bought a piece of soap for P12. How much money has she left?
Answer: Php 8.00
2.) A vendor sold 185 oranges on Saturday and 217 on Sunday. How many oranges did he sell on the two days?
3.) Sixty-two pupils are in a school canteen. Twenty-five left and then 9 entered. How many pupils were then in the canteen?
1.) A vendor had 60 mangoes, 70 chicos and 45 oranges. He was able to sell ¼ of the mangoes, ½ of the chicos and 1/3 of the oranges. How many fruits was he able to sell?