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# 60 Second Question

1. When the same amount of water was poured into three empty cylindrical containers,
G, H, and I, they became 7/9, 2/3 and 4/S full. What is the ratio of the capacities of
the three containers G, H, and I?
2. Observe the figure

is a unit triangle.

If the pattern of triangles continues, what is the difference in the number of triangles
pointing downward
in the 17th row and the number of triangles pointing
upward

## in the 54th row.

3. What is the smallest natural number which when divided by 8, 14, and 44 will each
give a remainder equal to 3?
4. A square and a right triangle are placed side by side to form a trapezoid with
perimeter equal to 56 cm.
5. If another right triangle, identical t first one, is placed on the other side of the square
to form a parallelogram, the perimeter becomes 80 cm. What is the area of the
square?
6. Rectangles with area of 42 cm2 will be formed using 1 cm by 1 cm squares. What
is the difference in perimeter of the rectangle with the biggest perimeter and the
rectangle with the smallest perimeter?
30 Second Question
1. The average of four numbers is 40. When 50% of the biggest number is added, the
average became 37.2. What is the biggest number?
2. A rectangular container is 1/2 full of water. When the water is poured into another
rectangular container that is empty, it became 3/4 full. What is the ratio of the
capacity of the small container to that of the big contain?
3. On a sheet of paper, a 6 cm by 7 cm rectangle is drawn. Then the rectangle is made
into a grid with horizontal and vertical lines, so that 42 unit squares are formed. How
many points of intersections are there?
15 Second Question
1. Eve jogs every five days. If she jogged on Monday and then on Saturday,
what are the next two days when she will jog?
2.

A rectangular piece of paper is folded lengthwise along the middle. Then without
unfolding, it is folded again lengthwise along the middle. This procedure is repeated
folding is done for a total of five times. What is the total number of creases formed?
3. The ratio of the radii of three spherical balls A, B, and C, respectively, is 1:3:2. If the
volume of ball B is 216 cm, what is the difference in the volumes of balls A and C?

4. Francis has 60% more caps than Diego. How many percent less caps does Diego
have than Francis?
5. Circle A has a radius equal to the side of a certain square. Circle B has a radius equal
to the diagonal of that same square. What is the ratio of the area of Circle A to that of
Circle B?
6. The product of four consecutive numbers is 3024. What are the numbers?
7. Consider 99 equilateral triangles, each with a perimeter of 15 cm. They are placed
side by side, lined up in a row to form a trapezoid. In another set of such equilateral
triangles, 98 are placed side by side, lined up in a row to parallelogram. What is the
difference in perimeter of the trapezoid and the parallelogram?
8. A group of children formed a line. Carol is the fifth child from the back. Marie is
between Carol and Liza. These three friends stand next to each other. If Marie is the
seventh child from the front, what is the greatest possible number of children on the
line?
9.

If an edge of a cube is reduced to two- thirds its original length, how many times
bigger is the original volume than the new volume?