Circle 5 is Y and Circle 6 is B. This means
that Circle 8 must be R.
Circle 5 is Y and Circle 8 is R. This means
that Circle 7 must be B.
Circle 6 is B and Circle 8 is R. This means
that Circle 9 must be Y. Ans.
2003 CHAPTER COMPETITION
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1. A woodchuck chucks 60 pounds of
wood in 1.5 days. 6 days is 4 times
1.5 days. 60 4 = 240 Ans.
2. Half the temperature of Papas
oatmeal is 20 cooler than Babys
oatmeal. Papas oatmeal is 180.
Let P = the temperature o
2010
MATHCOUNTS CHAPTER
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1. W e are given a Number Wall, where you
add the numbers next to each other and
write the sum in the block directly above
the two numbers. W e are asked to find
the value of n.
First we can add 4 and 8 to get 12.
n =
2009
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is the answer. That is B. Ans.
6. What is the length of segment AB?
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1. In the integer 45,075,123, by what factor
would the value represented by the 5 in
the thousands place have to be
multiplied to equal the value
repr
2008
MATHCOUNTS CHAPTER
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1. We are asked to find the average
student headcount for the spring
terms of the 02-03, 03-04 and
04-05 academic years. According
to the bar charts there were 10,900
students in the spring term of the
02-03 academic y
2006
MATHCOUNTS CHAPTER
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1. We have two identical blue boxes
and three identical red boxes. The
two blue boxes together weigh the
same as the three red boxes. The
red boxes each weigh 10 ounces.
Therefore, the three red boxes
weigh 10 3 = 30 o
2007
MATHCOUNTS CHAPTER
COMPETITION
SPRINT ROUND
6. 48 congruent parallelograms with
sides of length 62 feet and 20 feet
are placed in a chevron pattern
forming hexagon ABCDEF, as
shown. We are asked to find the
perimeter of the hexagon ABCDEF.
1. Triangl
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40 hours of work @ $30 per hour =
40 $30 = $1200 Answer
The probability that it will not rain
tomorrow = 1 - the probability that it will
rain tomorro
2002 CHAPTER COMPETITION
SPRINT ROUND QUESTIONS
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Tami had 1800 baseball cards. She sold half
of them. Therefore, she had 1800 - 900 =
4
900 cards left. Then she gave away
of
5
her remaining cards. This means that she
1
has
of her remainin
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