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Challenge EliminationRound for Grade 6 Questions 1-25.

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1.) What is the value of 7 × 8 + 4 × 25 – 48 ÷ 3?

2.) If 16 is added to one-third of a number, the result is three times the number. What is
the number?

3.) If my pet runs 300cm/sec and a bird flies 300m/sec, then the bird travels ______
times as fast as my pet.

4.) If n = 0.3, what is the value of 1/n?

5.) A class of 20 students averaged 66% on an examination. Another class of 30 students


averaged 56%. What is the averaged percentage for all students?

6.) Paula spent 5% of her money on a magazine, 30% of it on a skirt, 25% of it on a bag
and 10% of it on a T-shirt. If she had P1600 at first, how much did she have left?

7.) Alvin saved P 1 600 in May. He saved P2 000 in June. What is the percentage
increase in Alvin’s savings from May to June?

8.) Robert has 30% as many marbles as Anthony. Anthony has 90% as many marbles as
Aldwin. If Aldwin has 400 marbles, how many marbles does Robert have?

9.) The average length of 4 rods is 2.33m. The lengths of 3 rods are 1.88 m, 2.67 m and
2.4 m. What is the length of the fourth rod?

10.) A fax machine can fax 36 letters in 6 minutes. How many letters can it fax in 10
minutes?

11.) A worker can pack 45 boxes of shirts in 3 hours. How long does it take him to pack
255 boxes of shirts?

12.) Alex has 50% more money than Bob, and Carl has 25% more money than Bob.
Altogether, they have a total of P 3 750. How much does Alex have?
13.) The total surface area of a cube is 54 square centimeters. How long is its edge?

14.) At a rate of 80km/hr, how many kilometers can I run in 18 minutes?

15.) If 2 mangoes weigh as much as 3 oranges and 2 oranges weigh as much as 30


grapes, how many mangoes weigh as much as 90 grapes?

16.) A bag contains 40 marbles of which 39 are green and 1 is blue. A marble is chosen
from the bag. What is the probability that the marble is green?

17.) A container has 6 blue balls and 6 green balls. One ball is randomly selected. What
is the probability that it is a green ball?

18.) The number 1 is both a square of an integer and the cube of an integer. What is the
next larger integer which is both a square and a cube of a positive integer?

19.) If each letter in the word MATHEMATICS was written on a card and placed in a hat,
what would be the probability of drawing a vowel?

20.) In a card game, Matt’s scores on each of the first five games are +13; -10; -20; +16; -
10. At that time, the sum of the five scores of Paul is 25. How many points is Matt
behind Paul?

21.) If A # B = (A × B) ÷ (A + B), calculate 8 # (5 # 5).

22.) Ric jogs along a road. Starting from the jeepney station, he jogs 4 m/s due north for
20 minutes, then 5 m/s due south for 15 minutes, and finally 3 m/s due south for 10
minutes. Find her final position from the station.

23.) A motorist made a 60-mile trip driving at an average speed of 20 miles per hour.
On the return trip, the motorist drove at an average speed of 30 miles per hour. What
was the motorist’s average speed for the entire trip?

24.) A train is travelling at the rate of 1 kilometer in 1 minute and 20 seconds. If the
train continues at this rate, how far will it travel in one hour?

25.) A square and a regular octagon have the same perimeter. if the area of the square is
36 sq. cm., what is the length of a side of a regular octagon? Note: All the sides of a
regular octagon are equal.
Answers:

1.) 140
2.) 6
3.) 100
4.) 3 1/3
5.) 60
6.) 480
7.) 25%
8.) 108
9.) 2.37 m
10.) 60
11.) 15 hrs
12.) Php 1, 500.00
13.) 3 cm
14.) 12 km
15.) 4
16.) 39/40
17.) 1/2
18.) 64
19.) 4/11
20.) 36
21.) 1 19/21
22.) 1,500 south of the station
23.) 24 kph
24.) 45 km
25.) 3 cm

26.) You are given one hour to complete a contest. What fraction of the hour remains for
you to complete the contest after thirty-five minutes have elapsed?

27.) What is the value of 3/4 + 5/2 × 3/4?

28.) In a class of 30 students, 12 are boys. If 6 more girls join the class, what fraction of
the class is now female?

29.) What is the value of the product

30.) It requires 12 hours to fill 3/5 of a swimming pool. At this rate, how many hours is
required to fill the remainder of the pool?
31.) Two equal circles are placed in a rectangle, as shown. The distance between the
centers of the circles is 12cm. What is the area of the rectangle?

32.) A star is light-years away. How many light-years are there in half this
distance?

33.) Of the numbers 0.5129, 0.9, 0.89, and 0.289, what is the sum of the smallest and
the largest?

34.) What is the value of

35.) Each number in a sequence is obtained by adding the two previous numbers. The
6th, 7th, and 8th numbers of the sequence are 29, 47, 76. What is the third number in
the sequence?

36.) A square piece of paper is folded in half to form a rectangle. This rectangle has a
perimeter of 18cm. What is the area of the original square?

37.) The sides of a cube are doubled in length to form a larger cube. How many original
small cubes will fill this larger cube?

38.) A rectangular box has volume 15cm3. If the length, width, and height are doubled,
what is the volume of the resulting box?

39.) If each edge of a cube is increased by 150%, what is the percentage increase in
surface area?

40.) A rectangular 4 × 3 × 2 block has its surface painted red, and then is cut into cubes
with each edge 1 unit. How many cubes have exactly one of its faces painted red?
41.) The sum of fifty consecutive even integers is 3 250. What is the largest of
these integers?

42.) The three digit number 2A4 is added to 329 and gives 5B3. If 5B3 is divisible by 3,
what is the largest possible value of A?

43.) What number is obtained when the difference 14.2 and 1.69 is divided by 0.03?

44.) What is the radius of a circle having a circumference of 6n cm?

45.) The arc lengths of three semicircles are as shown. What is the area of the shaded
region?

46.) The numbers in the sequence 2, 7, 12, 17, 22, … increased by fives. The numbers in
the sequence 3, 10, 17, 24, 31, … increased by sevens. The number 17 occurs in both
sequence. What is the next number which occurs in both sequence?

47.) If , what is the value of x?

48.) When half a number is increased by 15, the result is 39. What is its original
number?

49.) Three cuts are made through a larger cube to make eight identical smaller cubes.
The total surface area of the smaller cube is
(a) one-eight of the surface are of the larger cube
(b) one-half of the surface are of the larger cube
(c) double the surface are of the larger cube
(d) eight times the surface are of the larger cube
(e) the same as the surface are of the larger cube
50.) Caloy multiplies a number by 4, adds 8 to the product, then divides the sum by 3. If
the final result is 28, what is the original number?

Answers:

26.) 5/12
27.) 2 5/8
28.) 2/3
29.) 1/5
30.) 8
31.) 288
32.)
33.) 1.189
34.) -5
35.) 7
36.) 36 sq m
37.) 8
38.) 90 cubic cm.
39.) 525%
40.) 4
41.) 114
42.) 4
43.) 417
44.) 3
45.)
46.) 52
47.) 0.9
48.) 48
49.) c
50.) 19