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2007 Metrobank-MTAP-DepEd Math Challenge Grade 3

Name : ______________________________________________ School : _____________________________________________ Solve each problem and write the answer on the blank before the number. __________ 1. Write the number for nine thousand eighty-seven. ___________2. 8 290 = _______ + 450. ___________3. 7 676 = _______ - 2 569. ___________4. What is the place value of the underlined digit in 28 726? ___________5. What is the value of 7 in 7 865?

Score : ______ Time: 80 minutes

___________6. If you have P7, 400, how many P100-bills will that be equal to? ___________7. If N + 535 = 852, what is N? ___________8. If N - 376 = 458, what is N? ___________9. Round to the nearest thousand to estimate 3 968 + 8 245. __________10. If you skip by 7, what number will you say at the 17th skip if you begin at 7? __________11. If you have two P1000-bills and three P500-bills, how much money do you have? __________12. Write ninety-six thousand eighty-five in symbols. __________13. 30 000 + 6 000 + 800 + 5 = ____. __________14. What is the difference between the smallest and largest number that can be formed using 0, 1, 5 and 8? __________15. Miss Lucy needs 625 pieces of straw for her class. She has 676 pieces. How many more does she need? __________16. In an 850-meter relay race, Tony ran 285 meters and Kit ran 275 meters. How many meters did the third member of the team have to run? __________17. Kate had P1250 in a bank. She deposited P650 she received for her birthday. Then she withdraw P450 for a dress. How much in all did she have then in the bank? __________18. Rita has 84 stamps; Rose has twice as many. Together, how many stamps do the two girls have? __________19. In 8 x 742 round the second factor to the nearest hundred and estimate the product. __________20.Some children shared 50 candies equally. Each child got 8 candies and 2 candies were left. How many children were there?

__________21. What is the remainder in 4 345 19? __________22. Find 2 numbers with a sum 23 and a product 132. 7 -12 +27 __________23. [ N ] [ ] [ ] [ 71 ]. Find N. __________24. Mother bought 12 ponkans each at P9.00 and 1 kilo of grapes to P125. How much did she pay for the fruits? __________25. How much change did mother get if she gave the seller of fruits 3 P100-bills? __________26. Nancy has P150, Lina has P5 more than twice as much. How much money has Lina? __________27. Lily has P150. How many oranges can she buy if each orange costs P8.00? __________28. A vendor bought 60 papayas at P22.00 each. He sold each for P30. If 3 papayas were spoiled and he sold the rest, how much money did he earn? __________29.Pete pays P7.00 for tricycle from his house to the bus stop. He pays P6.00 for his jeepney fare to school. How much does he spend for transportation in a 5-day week? __________30. What fraction of the figure is shaded? __________31. Write eight-seventeenths in symbols. __________32. Change 36/54 to lowest term. __________33. What is 4/9 of 387? __________34. Which of the following is the biggest? 3/7, 3/6, 3/5? __________35. Which of <, =, > will you put in the ____ in 5 ____ 11? 7 14 __________36. How many 25-centavo coins equal twenty-seven peso coins? __________37. How many P50-bills will you give to pay for a pair of shoes that costs P455.95? __________38. What is the perimeter of the figure? __________39. What is the area of the same figure? __________40. There are 48 pupils in a Grade 3 class. One-half of the pupils take a jeep to school, one-sixth come in a school bus and the rest walk to school. How many pupils walk to school? __________41. Mr. Cruz cut a 36-meter piece of string into 9 equal parts. He gave 4 pieces to the children and 3 pieces to his daughter for their projects. How many meters of the string did he not used? __________42. Father has twelve P1000-bills, 8 P100-bills and 9 P50-bills in his pay envelope. How much is his salary?

__________43. Kate is making 6 handkerchiefs. Each is a square with each side equal to 20 cm. How much lace does she need in all if for each handkerchief, she needs 2 cm for the turning at corners? __________44. Find 2 numbers with a product of 63 and a quotient of 7. __________45. Mrs. Cruz bought 48 apples, oranges and mangoes. If there were 12 apples, 6 more oranges than apples, how many mangoes were there? __________46. How much greater is 2/3 of 84 than of 56? __________47. Mark has 24 marbles, while Greg has 8 more than Mark. If Carl has as many marbles as Mark and Greg together, how many marbles do the 3 boys have? __________48. What is the smallest number which when divided by 27 gives a quotient of 43 and a remainder of 5? __________49. There are 6 dozen chicos in a basket. Seven more than 2/3 of the chicos are ripe. How many are not ripe? __________50. How many 6-cm squares can be cut from a piece of cartolina, 24 cm wide and 32 cm long?

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