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3375 27 35 36 8 19. _________________ 20. _________________ 21. _________________ 22. _________________ 23. _________________ 24. _________________ students miles per hour sq units 25. _________________ 26. _________________ 27. _________________ 28. _________________ 29. _________________ 30. _________________ inches
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Copyright MATHCOUNTS, Inc. 2006. All rights reserved. 2007 Chapter Answer Key Target Round 1. ________________ 2. ________________ 24 4 3. ________________ 4. ________________ years 1 462 13 5. ________________ kilometers 6. ________________ 8 52.5 7. ________________ 8. ________________ percent 44 3008 miles per hour sq inches sq units
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Copyright MATHCOUNTS, Inc. 2006. All rights reserved. 2007 Chapter Answer Key Team Round 210 3 8 - 58 5 15.08 50 198 1452 501 462 6. _________________ 7. _________________ 8. _________________ 9. _________________ 10. _________________ sq units integers bricks 1. _________________ 2. _________________ 3. _________________ 4. _________________ 5. _________________ cu inches
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Copyright MATHCOUNTS, Inc. 2006. All rights reserved. 2007 Chapter Answer Key Countdown Round 1. _________________ 2. _________________ 3. _________________ 4. _________________ 5. _________________ 6. _________________ 7. _________________ 8. _________________ 9. _________________ 10. _________________ 11. _________________ 12. _________________ 13. _________________ 3 64 (days) 22 (cups) Sunday 2 10 640 (dollars) 18 (feet) - 2 408.04 (dollars) or 408 dollars, 4 cents 70 (Hondas) 150 (memos) 243 1320 (kilometers) 3.5 (quarts) 1 6 400 30 (students) 55 (miles per hour) 18 (sq centimeters) 5 (9s) 400 (cartons) 20 (percent) 6 (integers) 21 (units) 90 (cubic inches) 2012 2 3 2.50 (dollars) or 2 dollars, 50 cents 12 (sequences) 36 (triangles) 4 4 (flats) 17 7 11 150 (percent) 12 14. _________________ 15. _________________ 16. _________________ 17. _________________ 18. _________________ 19. _________________ 20. _________________ 21. _________________ 22. _________________ 23. _________________ 24. _________________ 25. _________________ 26. _________________ 27. _________________ 28. _________________ 29. _________________ 30. _________________ 31. _________________ 32. _________________ 33. _________________ 34. _________________ 35. _________________ 36. _________________ 37. _________________
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Copyright MATHCOUNTS, Inc. 2006. All rights reserved. 2007 Chapter Answer Key Countdown Round 4 (bounces) 2 10 (centimeters) 1 61 1 2 6 6 13 6000 (dollars) 6 (integers) 232 (hours) 1.45 (dollars) or 1 dollar, 45 cents 52 (Fridays) 108 (sq inches) 5 (boys) 1 7 (scoops) 12 (raisins) 13 (cubes) 2 5 2.1 (pints) 2 (fractions) 57 78 (inches) 37 (trips) 30 4 (cubic yards) 1 5 (inches) 19 (percent) 8 1 8 32,700 (dollars) 591 (sq yards) 6 (dollars) 120 (degrees) 85 (units) 25 2 10 37 1152 (cu inches) 125 (percent) 38. _________________ 39. _________________ 40. _________________ 41. _________________ 42. _________________
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