# 2008 Grade 2 MTAP Elimination Round – Part 2

2008 Metrobank-MTAP-NCR Math Challenge

Part II. Solve each item and write the answer on the blank before the number.

26.) My aunt baked 3 dozens of cookies. We ate ½ of them. How many cookies did we eat?

27.) What fraction will you add 7/15 to make the sum equal to 1?

28.) Write “<, =, >” on the blank in 3/7 _____ 4/8?

29.) What is the perimeter of the figure?

30.) How many square meters is the area of the figure?

Ignore, no figure from source.

31.) The distance around a square garden is 96 meters. What is the length of one side?

Ignore, no figure from source.

1. Lina is 16 dm tall; Laura is 159 cm tall. Who is taller?

33.) Today is Friday. What day will it be 17 days from today?

34.) The movie started at 7:30. It lasted for 2 hours and 15 minutes. What time did it end?

35.) Rita has 3 meters of ribbon. She will divide it into 5 equal pieces. How long will be each piece?

36.) Our P.E. teacher bought two pieces of rope. One piece is 2 ½ meters long and the other is 2 ¾ meters long. Together, how long are the two pieces of rope?

1. The product of two numbers is 48. One number is twice 2 multiplied by 3. What is the other number?

1. If 6 times a number is 42, what is twice the number?

39.) A vendor has 96 mangoes for sale. If 7/12 of them are ripe, how many are not ripe?

40.) 15 is 1/3 of what number?

1. Jose can walk 50 steps a minute. Their house is about 450m from school. If his step is half a meter long, about how long will Jose take to walk to school?

1. I am a 2-digit number. I have a remainder when divided by 6. My tens digit is twice my ones digit. What is the biggest 2-digit number that satisfies the conditions?

1. Kim has 8 cards more than Elsa. Elsa has 19 cards less than 100. How many cards has Kim?

1. The weight of a tin can with biscuits is 2 kg 300g. The weight of the empty can is 900 g. What is the weight of the biscuits?

1. Some pupils are in line waiting for their turn to buy food at the canteen. Pete is 9th from the front and 7th from the back. How many pupils are in line?

1. The sum of two numbers is 59. One number is 7 more than the other. Find the smaller of the two numbers.

1. A fruit vendor has 48 pineapples and 36 melons. He sold 1/3 of the pineapples and½ of the melons. How many fruits were not yet sold?