These are series of questions from 2008 MetrobankMTAPDepEd Math Challenge as primary source. I edited it to suit in this type of environment. Do not use comma(,) if your answer is 1,234. Just use 1234. Better not to include the units of your answers since it is given already in the problems. Before hitting the start quiz button, get ready first with your pen and paper. There are 20 questions in all. 10 for easy, 5 for average and 5 in difficult round.The perfect score is 60. Set a goal score and see if you can beat yourself.
Grade 5 MTAP Practice Test
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These are series of practice questions suitable for grade 5 students who will advanced in Division Finals – Oral of the much anticipated Metrobank – MTAP DepEd Math Challenge
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2 pointsCategory: EasyGive the greatest common factor of 45,75,120.

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2 pointsCategory: EasyWrite $latex 6×10^6+6×10^4+6×10^2$ as one number

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2 pointsCategory: EasyWrite 85% as a fraction in lowest terms.

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2 pointsCategory: EasyHow many 25centavo pieces are equal to P75.00?

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2 pointsCategory: EasyGive the prime factorization of 98.
(use x for multiplication, do not use space) 
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2 pointsCategory: EasyWhat is the smallest whole number that rounds to 5,000 to the nearest thousand?

Question 7 of 20
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2 pointsCategory: EasyIn a class of 40, 25 are on the honor roll. What percent is this?

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2 pointsCategory: EasyThe sum of two numbers is 20. If one number is 8 more than the other, give the two numbers.

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2 pointsCategory: EasyIf 9 is subtracted from 4 times a number, the result is 71. What is the number?

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2 pointsCategory: EasyThe perimeter of a square is 19.2. How long is one side?

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3 pointsCategory: AverageJoe bought a pair of shoes for P696 and a pair of socks for P65. How much change did he get from the P1000bill he gave the cashier in pesos?

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12. Question
3 pointsCategory: Average35 is what percent of 140?

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13. Question
3 pointsCategory: AverageIn a triangle ABC, if degrees, degrees. What is in degree the measure of

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3 pointsCategory: AverageThe circumference of a circle is 26.4 cm. Find the diameter in cm. Use π=22/7

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3 pointsCategory: AverageOf 225 grade 5 pupils, 44% are under 11 years old as of December 31. How many pupils are under 11 years old as December 31?

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5 pointsCategory: DifficultThe length of the rectangle is 5 cm more than the width. The perimeter is 70 cm. Find the length of the rectangle in cm.

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5 pointsCategory: Difficult20 % of 120 is what percent of 96?

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5 pointsCategory: DifficultHow much money in PHP is deposit at 3.5% simple interest if the interest in one year is P2,450?

Question 19 of 20
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5 pointsCategory: DifficultNick used wire to make the frame of a cube with a volume of 125 dm3. What is the total length of the edges of the frame in dm?

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5 pointsCategory: DifficultJude counted 75 electric poles in their route. If the poles are 50 m apart, what is the distance in kilometers between the first and the last poles?
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