October 1-15 Math Contest
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1. Sue hasn't struck out since 18 days before Saturday. That day was a...
1 point
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
2. (1 + 2 + 3) x 10 = 30 + 20 + ____
1 point
10
11
33
44
3. I listened to 6 songs before the one I'm listening to now, and I will listen to 6 more after this one. All together, that's ____ songs?
1 point
11
12
13
14
4. 9 + 99 + 999 = 9 x ____
1 point
111
112
122
123
5. I created 30 characters, 3 for each video game I own. That means I own how many video games?
1 point
10
33
40
90
6. If I add the number of sides that a hexagon has to the number of sides that a _____ has, then the sum is odd.
1 point
rhombus
square
pentagon
quadrilateral
7. My older brother is 6 years older than I am, and the sum of our ages is 30. How old is my older brother?
1 point
12
15
18
21
8. The average of one dozen and two dozen is ...
1 point
13
18
24
36
9. If I triple ____ and then subtract 60, I get 180.
1 point
40
60
70
80
10. There are a total of 2103 students enrolled at 8 high schools. If there are 234 students at each of 4 of the schools, then there are a total of ____ students at the other 4 schools?
1 point
1167
1123
1234
1443
11. A square piece of paper has a perimeter of 36 cm. What is the area of a square piece of paper with twice that perimeter?
1 point
72 square centimeters
108 square centimeters
144 square centimeters
324 square centimeters
12. There are 5 cars for every 3 trucks parked in a lot. If there is a total of 120 cars and trucks parked in the lot, there are _____ cars there.
1 point
24
45
75
80
13. I have 500 pennies. If I spend 6 pennies a day until I can no longer do so, at the end of one of the days, I will have exactly ____ pennies left.
1 point
6
8
10
12
14. A "combo" ticket to enter the fair and ride unlimited rides is $30. A "per ride" ticket costs $12.50 to enter and $5 per ride. For a "combo" ticket to cost less than a "per ride" ticket, a person must go on at least ____ rides.
1 point
3
4
6
7
15. The ones digit of 9 X 8 X 7 X 6 X 5 X 4 X 3 X 3 X 4 X 5 X 6 X 7 X 8 X 9 is ____.
1 point
0
4
6
9
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