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2016 Grade 5 Math Challenge Elimination Questions

This is the 2016 MTAP Grade 5 Math Challenge questions. Solutions and answer will be posted later. More reviewers can be found on the Past Tests and All Posts pages.

1.) 27 – (11 + 9) × 4 ÷ 8 + 31 =

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

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

4.) Find the product of 3 033 and 94. Divide your answer by the difference of 1 500 and 1 288. What is your answer to the nearest hundreds?

5.) The quotient when 0.25 is divided by a number 1 000. What is the divisor?  Continue reading

Grade 5 MTAP Regional Finals Round (Individual Written Competition)

These are the Math Challenge Questions for Grade 5 Regional Finals.
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.

Part I

1.) What is the least common multiple of 90 and 126?

2.) A worker can assemble a toy boat in 6 hours. A machine can reduce the time in the ratio 3:10. How long will the machine take to assemble the toy boat?

3.) A square has a side of 8cm. A second square has a side of 12cm. What is the ratio of their areas?

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Grade 5 MTAP Regional Finals Round (Team Oral)

These are the Math Challenge Questions for Grade 5 Regional Finals.
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.

15-Second Questions

1.) What is the average of 9.45 and 9.55?

2.) What is the largest number that rounds to 27 500

3.) Find the biggest two-digit number that leaves a reminder of 3 when divided by 7?

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Grade 5 MTAP Reviewer Set 8

This is the eight set of the MTAP Reviewer for Grade 5.

1.) The smallest number that gives a remainder of 4 when divided by 3, 4, or 5.

2.) How many 10,000 are there in 1 million?

3.) What is the largest integer less than 17/3?

4.) The operation a#b means 2× a + 3× b. What is 4#5?

5.) How many centimeters are there in 12.5 meters?

6.) If the ratio of two numbers is 5:8. If the smaller number is 35, what is the larger number?  Continue reading