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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? Answer: … Continue reading
2004 Grade 5 MTAP Elimination Questions Part 2
Below are the 2004 Grade 5 MetrobankMTAPDepEd Math Challenge Elimination questions 2650 with answers. Questions 125 can be read here. If you see any error, kindly comment below. 26.) Pat had 12 apples. He gave each of his friends ¾ … Continue reading
2005 Grade 5 MTAP Elimination Questions Part 1
Below are the 2005 Grade 5 MetrobankMTAPDepEd Math Challenge Elimination questions 125 from with answers. Questions 2630 can be read here. If you see any error, kindly comment below Solve each item on scratch paper and write the answer on … Continue reading
2011 Grade 5 MTAP Division Team Finals Questions with Answers
Below are the 2011 Grade 5 MetrobankMTAPDepEd Math Challenge Division Team Finals questions with answers. If you see any error, kindly comment below EASY: 1.) What is the Perimeter of a pentagon if each side is 19 cm? Answer: 95 cm … Continue reading
2015 Grade 5 MTAP Math Challenge – Division Orals
Below are the 2015 Grade 5 MTAP Math Challenge Division Oral Competition questions with answers. 15second question (2 points each) 1.) If 25 + N – 100 = 75, what is N? Answer: 150 2.) 75% of ½ of a number … Continue reading