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Mathematical Olympiads

February 10, 2015


for Elementary & Middle Schools

4A Time: 3 minutes
  Pablo  has  nickels  and  dimes  and  no  other  coins.  He  has  five  more  dimes  than  nickels.    
Altogether,  he  has  $1.40.    How  many  nickels  does  Pablo  have?

4B Time: 4 minutes
  What  is  the  value  of  (18  ×  40)  +  (12  ×  40)  +  (20  ×  28)  +  (20  ×  12)?

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4C Time: 5 minutes
  What  number  between  200  and  300  is  exactly  divisible  by  3,  by  5,  and  by  7?

4D Time: 7 minutes
  The  sum  of  the  digits  of  the  number  789  is  24.    How  many  3-­‐digit  numbers  have  the  
sum  of  their  digits  equal  to  24  including  789?

4E Time: 7 minutes
  A  pyramid  of  1cm  ×  1cm  ×  1cm  cubes  is  formed.  The  bottom  layer  has  a  9  ×  9  
arrangement  of  these  cubes.  The  second  layer  has  a  7  ×  7  arrangement.  The  third  
layer  has  a  5  ×  5  arrangement.  The  fourth  layer  has  a  3  ×  3  arrangement.  The  top  layer  
is  a  single  cube.  The  sides  and  tops  of  the  pyramid  were  painted  (not  the  bottom).  
How  many  square  centimeters  in  total  were  painted?  

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Mathematical Olympiads
February 10, 2015
for Elementary & Middle Schools
4A Student Name and Answer

4B Student Name and Answer


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4C Student Name and Answer

4D Student Name and Answer

4E Student Name and Answer

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