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Level III

The Quiz format (5 minutes)

Quiz will have two parts

The buzzing part

The doing part

Doing part – At the beginning of the quiz, each

group is handed cards with problems to be

solved. All groups have the same problems. The

team that solves announces the solution.

This round is also open to the teachers!!! You may

pick up the cards and try your hand at the quiz as

well.

Warm-up!! Round:1

6 Questions

Each Q = 1 minute

Total time = 6 minutes

Warm –up!! Question # 1

point of the

Altitudes

Angle bisectors

Medians

Perpendicular bisectors

Answer:

Medians

Warm -up !! Question #2

is on the:

hypotenuse

inside the triangle

on the right angle

outside the triangle

Answer:

Warm-up!! Question # 3

The average of 5 numbers A, B, C, D &

E is K. When we subtract L from each of

the above 5 numbers, the new average

will be:

A–L

E–L

K–L

C+L

Answer:

K-L

Warm –up!! Question #4

Can you plug in either addition(+),

subtraction(-), multiplication(x), division(/) and

parenthesis among five number 5s to make a

target result number 26?

Answer:

(5 x 5 x 5) + 5) / 5 = 26

or

(5 / 5 / 5 + 5) x 5 = 26

Warm-up !! Question #5

into boxes to make the equation work.

Answer:

Warm –up!! Question #6

greater than its half by 45. Can you find

this number?

Answer:

60= 45+15)

Real Math!! Round : 2

6 Questions

Each Q = 2 minutes

Total time = 12 minutes

Real Math!! Question #1

article at 400% above its cost. He gives a

discount of 80% on the list price. He

makes:

a profit of 320%

no profit no loss

loss of 10%

loss of 20%.

Answer:

Real Math!! Question #2

average height is 74 inches and the

difference in height among the first three

men is 2 inches. The difference between

the third and the fourth man is 6 inches.

What are their heights?

Answer:

Real Math!! Question #3

A two digit number is increased by 20%, when

its digits are reversed. Then the sum of the

digits of the number is:

2

7

9

8

Answers

54. 54 is 20% more than 45 )

Real Math!! Question #4

If (x,y) is a solution set of the following 2

equations namely

xy = 8 and

x2y + xy2 + x +y = 54, then

x2 + y2 =

62

46

20

100

Answer:

20

Real Math!! Question #5

In a convex polygon there are two right

angles and all the remaining angles are

150° each. The number of sides of the

polygon is:

6

10

8

14

Answer:

8

Real Math!! Question # 6

perimeter is 8. The area is:

8

5

12.

√8

Answer:

√8

Flex your brain cells!! Round: 3

Round 1

6 Questions

Each Q = 3 minutes

Total time = 18 minutes

Logic!! Question #1

An artist wanted to paint a picture on a

canvas which would allow for a margin of

4 inches on top and bottom and two

inches on each side. He wanted the

picture itself to occupy 72 square inches.

What would be the smallest dimensions,

the canvas should possess?

Answer:

20 inches high. The picture itself must be

6 inches in width and 12 inches in height.

Logic!! Question #2

lighter. How can you weigh only 2 times on a

balance scale to find out which one is

lighter?

Solution:

If we give a number for each egg, said form 1 to 8.

We put egg 1, 2, and 3 on the left and egg 4, 5 and 6

on the right and weight them.

If they are balanced then we know egg 1 to 6 are OK.

We just need to put egg 7 on one side and egg 8 on

the other side and weight them.

Otherwise, one side will be lighter. We just assume

the left side is lighter we can just put egg 1 on the

left, egg 2 on the right, weight them one more time. If

they are balanced then egg 3 is lighter. Otherwise if

left side is lighter, ball 1 is lighter. If right side is

lighter, ball 2 is lighter.

Logic !! Question #3

Use the given relationships between the figures and

words to find two solutions:

LAG = RAB

=

= LEB

= _ __ = REG

R EBRAG = ??

Answer:

=LEG

REBRAG=

figures contain an R.

The equation with two figures both contain a B and the equation with

three figures both have a G. The circles have an A and the

diamonds an E. Therefore,

L = horizontal R= vertical G = 3 B =2 A =

E=

Logic!! Question #4

We paint each face of the 4 feet cube with

the color red, then cut the cube into 64 one

foot small cubes. How many small cubes

will have no red color on any side of the

cube? How many small cubes have 1 face with red

color? How many small cubes have 3 faces with red

color?

Answer:

If you cut out 2 feet from each side (one foot

from each end), the remaining cubes will

have 2 x 2 x2 = 8. Only 8 cubes have no

color. For each side, the middle 4 cubes have

one face with color.

There are 6 sides for a cube. Therefore there

are 4 x 6 = 24 cubes with one red face. Only

corner cube will have 3 red face.

Since there are 8 corners, 8 cubes have 3 red

face.

Logic !! Question #5

I have a horse. Do you know what color it is?

A said, "I guess it is not black".

B said, "It is either brown, or gray". C said "I

know it is gray".

I said, "At least one of you is right and at least

one of you is wrong." What is the color of my

horse if the color is one of the above?

Answer:

right. This is not the answer.

If the horse is black, then every one is

wrong. This is not the answer either.

Therefore, the horse is gray. To verify

the answer,

A was right, B was right, but C was

wrong.

Logic !! Question #6

ABCD x 4 = DCBA

ON x 4 = GO

Answer:

2178

X 4

8712

23

X 4

92

Problem solving Round :4

6 Questions

Each Q = 4 minutes

Total time = 24 minutes

Problem solving #1

A, B and C can walk at the rate of 3, 4 and 5

km per hour respectively. They start from the

same place at 07.00 AM, 08.00 AM and

09.00 AM respectively. When B catches up

with A, B sends back A with a message to C.

At what time does C get the message?

11.15 AM

10.30 AM

13.15 PM

12.45 PM

Answer

11.15 AM

Problem solving #2

∆ABC is right-angled at A.

AB = 12 cm, AC = 16 cm. A

Then, the altitude AD is equal to:

(a) 5.8 cm (b) 16.4 cm (c) 2.56 cm

(d) 9.6 cm

B

C

Answer:

9.6 cm

Problem solving #3

1/8 + 1/16 ..........= 1. Then what is the

sum of the infinite series ¼ + 1/16 +

1/64 + 1/256..........?

Answer:

and numerator of the first fraction is 3)

Problem solving #4

35 % of all people are under the age of

fifteen. Given that a person has been

selected at random , what is the

probability that the person is not a gum

chewer and above age 15?

Answer:

14.3 %

chewers or above the age of fifteen.

Problem solving #5

( 1 + 9 + 92 + 93 + ………+ 92010 ) is:

1

0

9

8

Answer:

9

Problem solving #6

One cement block balances evenly on the

scales with three quarters of a pound and three

quarters of a block. What is the weight of the

block?

Answer:

x = ¾ x + ¾ lb

Math Model Making!! Round :5

Model #1

marble tiles on a rectangular area 13 x 5

sq.ft. He determined he needed 65 tiles,

measuring 1 sq. foot. He purchased 65

tiles but discovered that one was

damaged. He needed to cover the area

using only 64 tiles. How did he do this?

Model 1: Answer

rectangle. Divide the square into 2

congruent triangles and 2 congruent

trapezia. And put these pieces together in

the rectangle.

Model # 2

(a+b)2 = a2 + b2 + 2ab

Verify the following identity

(a+b+c)2 = a2 + b2 + c2 + 2ab + 2bc + 2cd

Model #2 : Answer

units and 2 rectangles of area ab units.

divide into sections of 10 units, 6 units and

2 units. And demonstrate.

Model #3

Using two squares of 17 units and 4 right

triangles of 5, 12 and 13 units

Model #3 : Answer

a

a b a b

b b

a a

b

b a

Model #4

How do you form a cone from a sector of

a circle?

Model #4 : Answer

units and 3 cuboids, using the above

dimensions. Place them together to show

the identity.

Draw a circle and cut out a sector of

degree measure 120°.

Model #5

area formula for a rectangle.

Determine the area of a trapezium.

Model #5: Answer

arrange the sectors to form a rectangle.

Using the formula for area of a rectangle,

arrive at the area of a circle.

Draw two congruent trapezia. Place them

in such a way as to get a parallelogram.

Now get the area of the trapezium.

Model #6

determine what algebraic identity it

represents.

Model #6 : Answer

3a2c + 3ac2+ 3b2c +3 bc2 + 6 abc

Written work!! Round :6

minutes

Question 1

Long time ago, a rancher spent $100.00 and

bought 100 animals. There were 3 kind of

animals he bought: each Bull cost him $10.00,

each Cow cost him $5.00 and each Calf cost

him $0.50. How many he bought for each kind of

animal?

Answer:

1 Bull + 9 Cows + 90 Calves.

cows he bought was Y, and the number of calves he bought

was Z. Thus, we have 2 equations:

1). X + Y + Z = 100

2). 10X + 5Y + 0.5Z = 100

From equation 1, we can have Z = 100 - X – Y. If we substitute Z

in equation 2, then we can come up with the equation:

19X + 9Y = 100.

Since X and Y must be whole numbers, when X = 1 (minimum),

Y will be the maximum (9). When Y = 1, X will be the

maximum(4). We can easily figure out X = 1 and Y = 9. From

equation 1, we can figure out Z = 90.)

Question 2

NOON

MOON

+ SOON

JUNE

Solution:

2442

5442

+ 1442

9326

Question 3

tournament of “mixed doubles”. A man

and a woman always played against a

man and a woman. However, no person

ever played with or against any other

person more than once. They all played

together in two courts on three successive

days. Can you show how they could have

done it?

Answer

Question 4

Two women were selling marbles in the market place –

one at three for a paisa and the other at two for a paisa.

One day both of them were obliged to return home when

they each had thirty marbles unsold. They put together

the two lots of marbles and handing them over to a friend

asked her to sell them at five for 2 paise. According to

them, 3 for one paisa and 2 for 1 paisa was the same as

5 for 2 paisa.

Now they were expecting to get 25 paise for the marbles,

as they would have got, had they sold separately. But

much to their surprise, they got only 24 paise for the

entire lot. Now where did the one paisa go? Can you

explain the mystery?

Answer:

Question 5

so as to form four square numbers. – 9,

81, 324, 576.

How would you put them together so as

to form a single smallest possible

square number and a single largest

possible square number?

Answer:

Question # 6

same. But if this so happens, they need

a new name. Squbes sounds ok, but can

you now tell where the next one is at?

64 729 4096 15625

________?

Answer:

The next one is 46656.

Disregarding the number 1, these

are the four consecutive lowest

numbers that are both cubes and

squares.

64 = 82 or 43 729 = 272 or 93

4096= 642 or 163 15625 = 1252

or 253 and the fifth is

46656 = 2162 or 363

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