This is the 2004 Grade 4 Math Challenge Division Level Questions with Answers. Questions in the previous years can be accessed on the **Past Tests** page and all questions can be found in the** All Posts** page.

Easy

1.) What is the product of 48 and 1000?

2.) Joe has 19 stamps. Rico has twice as many. How many stamps do they have together?

3.) Ann has P450. Lily has P45. How many times as much money has Ann than Lily?

4.) What are the prime numbers between 80 and 90?

5.) A garden is 28m long and 15m wide. What is its perimeter?

6.) What number is 250 more than 580?

7.) How many ₧5 coins are equal to 4 ₧100 bills?

8.) Rey gathered 120 eggs. He kept 1/5 of the eggs for his family and sold the rest. How many eggs did he sell?

9.) What number added to 85 will give 102?

10.) Add 14 to my number, then multiply the result by 3, then the result is 69. What is my number?**Average**

1.) The fare for the first 4 km is P6.00 and P0.75 for each additional kilometer. How much is the fare for a distance of 17 km?

2.) A square garden has an area of 16m². If each side of the garden is doubled, what will be the new area

3.) Nancy has P85. Her sister has P10 less than twice as much. How much do they have together?

4.) A movie lasted for 2 hours and 15 minutes. If it ended at 10:00, what time did it begin?

5.) In the statement 4 × 4 = 16, 16 is called a square number. Find a 3-digit square number whose sum is 4.

**Difficult**

1.) box of 8 ballpens cost P36.00. If you buy three of the ballpens, how much change will you get from a P50 bill?

2.) A vendor had 15m of cloth. He sold 4m at P55 per meter, 7m atP60 per meter, and the rest at P50 per meter. How much did he get in all?

3.) Rina has P17.80 more than Nena. Together, they have P136.00. How much money does Rina have?

4.) Anna has 108 garlands to sell. She sold 4/9 of them in the morning and another 4/9 in the afternoon. How many garlands were not sold?

5.) Al weighs 6 kg more than Lou. Lou weighs 5 kg less than Pete. Pete weighs 48 kg. Find the weight of Al.

**Answer key:**

**Easy**

1.) 48 000

2.) 57 stamps

3.) 10 times

4.) 83 and 89

5.) 86 m

6.) 830

7.) 80

8.) 96 eggs

9.) 17

10.) 9

**Average**

1.) P 15.75

2.) 64 m²

3.) P 245

4.) 7:45

5.) 121 or 400

**Difficult**

1.) P 36.50

2.) P 840

3.) P 76.90

4.) 12 garlands

5.) 49 kg

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