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For Young Mathletes 4

I: Mental math: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. , what is ? x=4 of an 4. 5. 4.6 = 900 = 56 = 140 3. 4. 5. =2 Solve for x: 1. x = 30 x = 12 x = 1.5 x=5 x = -1

III: Find the midpoint: 1. 3 and 19 2. 12 and 30 3. 21 5 = 11

9. How many minutes are in of hour? 20 minutes

10. Write 3760000 in scientific notation.

11. GCF of 12 and 18 GCF = 6 12. LCM of 15 and 45 LCM = 45 Counting Investigate:

List all the prime number less than 100 that ends in unit digit 3-- 3, 13, 23, 43, 53, 73, 83

1 square 9 squares

5 squares How many squares are there in each image? Do you see a pattern? Mrs. Lin

Word problems: Please also continue self study online on area of common polygons. 1. How many distinct rectangles you can make if it has integer dimension and its perimeter is 20? 5 pairs (1, 9); (2, 8); (3, 7); (4, 6) and (5, 5) Square is a kind of rectangle 2. A rectangle has a perimeter of 36 centimeters and its length is 3 more than 2 twice the width, what is the area of the rectangle? 65 3. The sum of 3 consecutive positive integers adds up to 63, what are the three numbers? 20, 21, 22 4. The sum of 3 consecutive positive integers adds up to 27, what is the product of the three numbers? 720 5. How many ways to make 19 cents if you have dimes, nickels and pennies? 6 ways

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If the length of the diagonal is 6 inches for the square, what is its area?

7. How many ways can you make a 4 digit numbers using the numbers 3,5, 0 and 0? 6 ways 8. 20 teams participate in a single elimination tournament. How many games will be played? 19 games This is a single elimination tournament. Once you lose, you are out so there will be 19 games because 19 teams will lose. 9. If you write down every digit, staring with 1, in a book that has 35 pages, how many digits do you need to write down? 1 + 2 + 3 + 9 has 9 digits total, 10,11, 12 to 35 has (35- 9) x 2 = 52 digits. Add them up and you have 61 digits. 10. How many times does the digit 3 appear in consecutive numbers from 1 to 329 inclusive? 93 times

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Student-produced questions 1. (written by Sneha, a 5th grader) Tommy the Turtle crawls 3 inches every 2 seconds. Sammy the Snail crawls 5 inches every 3 seconds. The two pals have a race to see how long it will take to reach a fence 30 inches away. How long will it take Tommy the Turtle to reach the fence? Ans How long will it take Sammy the Snail to reach the fence? Who will win the race and by how many seconds will he win? Tommy took 20 seconds and Sammy took 18 seconds. Sammy won by 2 seconds. 2. Jane had a huge appetite at the beach last Saturday. She bought three hot dogs, one soda, two ice creams cones, and four candy bars. Can you figure out how much Jane spent? Here are the clues: An ice cream cone costs 20 cents. A hot dog costs three times as much as an ice cream cone. One soda costs the same as 2 hot dogs. A candy bar costs half as much as a hot dog. Jane paid for her snacks with a five dollar bill. How much change will she get back? Jane will get 40 cents back.

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