# 2016 Grade 5 MTAP Math Challenge Elimination Questions

These are the questions for the 2016 Grade 5 Metrobank MTAP DepED Math Challenge Round Part 2 questions 1-25. More past tests can be found here and more Grade 5 reviewers can be found here. If you have old tests, kindly send it to mtapreviewers@gmail.com, so we can share it here with answers/solutions.

1) 27 – (11 + 9) × 4 ÷ 8 + 31 = _____

2) 98 – 89 + 37 × (N – 4) = 268. What is N?

3) 28 and 832 thousandths is subtracted from 56 and 61 hundredths. What is the difference to the nearest tenths?

4) The quotient when 0.25 is divided by a number is 1000. What is the divisor?

5) Find the product of 3033 and 94. Divide your answer by the difference of 1500 and 1288. What is the answer to the nearest hundreds?

6) What percent of 3kg is 480 g?

7) Express 84 minutes as a fraction of 4 hours in lowest terms.

8) Using only the number 43, how many times will you use it as a factor to get a product whose ones digit is 7?

9) Mary has 54 oranges. She gives an equal number of oranges to each of her 13 friends. How many oranges does she have left?

10) Mother gave Kian and his younger sister Php2 115.00 to share between them. Kian spent Php778.00 from his share and had Php271.00 left. How much did Kian’s younger sister have?

11) A water jar can hold 36 cups of water or 24 glasses of water. If there are already 6 cups and 19 glasses of water in a jar, how many more cups of water can be put in a jar?

12) There are 42 notebooks that are going to be given equally among 7 children. How many notebooks will each child receive?

13) Ricky had 24 boxes of chocolate candies. There were 350 chocolate candies in each box. He repacked all the chocolate candies into packs of 70 and sold them at Php24.00 per pack. How much money did he collect from his total sale?

14) Annie, Jenny, Sam, and Gerry want to divide a certain number of candies in the corresponding ratio of 1:2:4:6. What is the ratio of the number of Jenny’s candies to the number of Gerry’s candies?

15) A rectangular tile is 2cm by 4cm. What is the area of a square with the least number of rectangular tiles that can be placed side by side to form a square?

16) At a furniture store, a chair was sold for Php475.00 less than a side table and Php278 more than a kitchen dish cabinet. The total cost of the three items was Php4175.00. What was the selling price of the side table?

17) In a box factory, Ian finished 5 boxes in 2 hours while Joey finished 10 boxes in 3 hours. If they work at the same rate, how many boxes can they finish in 12 hours?

18) Mother had 168 kg of flour. She packed it into 7/10 kg per pack. 3/5 of the packs of flour were sold to Tasing at Php3.69 per pack. How much did Tasing pay for the flour?

19) Dario gave 1/3 of his oranges to his brother and donated 160 oranges to the children in the neighborhood. He found that he had 240 oranges left. What fraction of the oranges did Dario have left? Express your answer in lowest terms.

20) What is the missing number in the sequence? 1, 4, 4, 7, 10, 16, 25, 40, ____.

21) Uncle Tirso had some fruits. 5/9 of the fruits were oranges. 1/3 of the remaining fruits were apples. The rest were guavas. What fraction of the fruits were guavas?

22) Tony subtracted a number from 21. He then multiplied the difference by 3 and divided the product by 8. If the quotient was 6, what was the number?

23) The price of a kilogram of fish is increased 3 1/2 times during summer. How many percent was the increase?

24) If 4/7 of a number is 112, what is 7/4 of the number?

25) What is the difference of 4 and 2 hundredths and 3 and 27 thousandths?

1.) 48
2.) 11
3.) 27.8
4.) 0.00025
5.) 1300
6.) 16%
7.) 7/20
8.) 3 times
9.) 2
10.) Php1066
11.) 1.5 cups
12.) 6
13.) Php2880.00
14.) 1:3
15.) 16 sq cm
16.) Php1326
17.) 70
18.) Php531.36
19.) 600
20.)
21.) 1/9
22.) 5
23.) 350%
24.) 343
25.) 0.993

### 11 responses to “2016 Grade 5 MTAP Math Challenge Elimination Questions”

1. anonymous

why is there no answer on 20?

• mathtrons

dont know

2. anonymous

why is there no answer on no. 20?

3. curiousguy

yeah, why is there no answer on no. 20?

4. anonymous

• 5Js

64

5. !_!

the creator probably forgot

6. seriously

the answer on no. 22 is not 5 but it is 37, because you need to add it not subtract. (opposite)

The correct answer in 22 is 5. The equation is 3(21 – n)/8 = 6.
(63 – 3n)/8 = 6
63 – 3n = 48
-3n = -15
n = 5

7. Efren T. Comedia

This materials would be helpful to us. Thank you very much…

8. easy peasy

#20 is 64