MATHCOUNTS
Sprint Round
2001
1. Each digit in the number 2001 is placed on a different
card. In how many ways can three different cards be
selected so that the product of the numbers is not zero?
2.
3
PERIMETER AND AREA
Find the perimeter and area.
1.
2.
3.
76 cm
44 cm
46 cm
60 cm
49 cm
25 cm
39 cm
36 cm
29 cm
4.
5.
6.
41 cm
54 cm
37 cm
35 cm
24 cm
27 cm
33 cm
41 cm
25 cm
7.
8.
9.
39 cm
66 cm
51 cm
Math Olympiad Regional Teams 2016
High School
Kate Bouis
Ahmad Mashood
Andre Mackenzie
Ethan Chandy
Jordan Roemmich
Graham Holmes
Alby Joseph
Raahul Sugamar
Middle School:
Matthew Yoshida
Zee Khan
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7th Social Studies Test
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Target Level 5 | 06/05/2010
(1)
(2)
product of n
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Given that n > 1, what is the smallest positive integer n whose divisors have a
?
Rectangle ABCD has an area of 336 square inches and consists of sev
MATHCOUNTS
Target Round
2002
1. Using the sides of this triangle as diameters, three
semicircles are constructed. How many square
centimeters are in the sum of the areas of the three
semicircles? Expr
Team Level 5 | 08/28/2010
(1)
Sarah is reading a newspaper when she realizes that four numbered pages of
one section are missing. If one of the missing pages is numbered 9 and there are 40 pages
in th
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Team Level 5 | 07/10/2010
Rectangle ABCD is inscribed in triangle EF G such that side AD of the
rectangle is on side EG of the triangle, as shown. The triangle's altitude from F to side
EG is 7 in
VIRGINIA STANDARDS OF LEARNING
Spring 2010 Released Test
GRADE 7
READING
Form R0110, CORE 1
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Copyright 2010 by the Commonwealth of Virginia, Department
Objective: Help student council plan the elementary carnival by comparing expenses and
income to determine profitability using the skills youve learned in Chapter 7.
Final Due Date:
Investigation:
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