## 2017 MMC National Finals Grade 6 Individual Competition 60-second Questions

A cube of side 4 dm is made up of individual 1 dm cubes. How many of the 1 dm cubes have exactly two faces exposed? [Sol] The cubes that have exactly 2 faces...

A cube of side 4 dm is made up of individual 1 dm cubes. How many of the 1 dm cubes have exactly two faces exposed? [Sol] The cubes that have exactly 2 faces...

Arrange the following numbers from smallest to largest:Â . [Sol] Converting the fractions to decimals up to 4 places, 0.5, 0.3333, 0.33, 0.25, 0.2, 0.8333, and rearranging, . Two trains leave the same city at...

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Four mangoes and 3 oranges cos Php 62.00. Four mangoes and 5 oranges cos Php 88.00. How much does one orange cost? [Sol]By subtracting 5 oranges and 4 mangoes to 3 oranges and...

All Right, before I start posting the problems and solutions, I will just inform everyone. đź™‚ So these will be the succeeding posts: Grade 6 Individual Competition Oral Round * 15 second questions (10...

The schedule of the most awaited Mathematics challenge in the Philippines boasting the most number of participants nationwide was finally released. Official Facebook page of Metrobank MTAP DepEd Mathematics Challenge or MMC announces that...

This test questions was taken from 2014 MTAP Math challenge elimination paper for grade 3. The other part will be uploaded very soon What is the place value of 4 in 45 762? What...

This is the first part of solution series for 2015 4th year Metrobank MTAP Dep-Ed Mathematics Challenge (MMC) elimination paper. Disclaimer: This is an author’s solution and not the official solution presented by MTAP/...

Geniuses aren’t made, they were born. This post is a living proof that ingenuity runs in the blood the day theyÂ were born in this world. This post was entirely taken from UP Visayas Facebook...

A probability problem which is GCSE takers find it “unfair” went viral on Twitter after students tweets about this “Hanna’s Sweets” problem. This post will enlighten the students and everyone who wanted to know...