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Maths Week 2013 Table Quiz

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ROUND 1 © Seomra Ranga 2013

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Round 1 Question 1 In fairy tales, what is the answer when you multiply the no. of dwarves by the no. of little pigs? © Seomra Ranga 2013

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Round 1 Question 2 Name this shape: © Seomra Ranga 2013

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Round 1 Question 3 There are 40 children at a birthday party. 75% are boys. How many are girls? © Seomra Ranga 2013

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Round 1 Question 4 It is February 24th in a leap year. What is the date one week later? © Seomra Ranga 2013

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Round 1 Question 5 Add the no. of starting players on a basketball team, hurling team and soccer team. © Seomra Ranga 2013

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Round 1 Question 6 What is the largest prime number less than 20? © Seomra Ranga 2013

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Maths Joke #1 Why did the pupil not like decimals? He didnt see the point! © Seomra Ranga 2013

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ROUND 2 © Seomra Ranga 2013

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Round 2 Question 1 What would you use to measure the length of your school table: trundle wheel, metre stick or weighing scale? © Seomra Ranga 2013

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Round 2 Question 2 Increase 90 by 50% © Seomra Ranga 2013

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Round 2 Question 3 A lady wants to put a wooden frame on a photo. Does she need to know the area or the perimeter? © Seomra Ranga 2013

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Round 2 Question 4 How many years is a couple married if its their Silver Anniversary? © Seomra Ranga 2013

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Round 2 Question 5 Name this shape: © Seomra Ranga 2013

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Round 2 Question 6 How many spots are there altogether on a die (dice)? © Seomra Ranga 2013

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Maths Joke #2 Why did the maths book look so sad? It had so many problems! © Seomra Ranga 2013

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ROUND 1 ANSWERS © Seomra Ranga 2013

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Round 1 Answers Question 1 In fairy tales, what is the answer when you multiply the no. of dwarves by the no. of little pigs? 7 X 3 = 21 © Seomra Ranga 2013

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Round 1 Answers Question 2 Name this shape: Parallelogram © Seomra Ranga 2013

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Round 1 Answers Question 3 There are 40 children at a birthday party. 75% are boys. How many are girls? 10 © Seomra Ranga 2013

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Round 1 Answers Question 4 It is February 24th in a leap year. What is the date one week later? March 2nd © Seomra Ranga 2013

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Round 1 Answers Question 5 Add the no. of starting players on a basketball team, hurling team and soccer team = 31 © Seomra Ranga 2013

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Round 1 Answers Question 6 What is the largest prime number less than 20? 19 © Seomra Ranga 2013

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Maths Joke #3 Why did the pupil eat her maths homework? The teacher told her it was a piece of cake! © Seomra Ranga 2013

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ROUND 3 © Seomra Ranga 2013

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Round 3 Question 1 Divide a thousand by a hundred. © Seomra Ranga 2013

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Round 3 Question 2 A girl earns 2.50 per day helping in the family shop after school. How much does she earn for four days work? © Seomra Ranga 2013

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Round 3 Question 3 What is the missing number: 4, 16, __, 36, 49 © Seomra Ranga 2013

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Round 3 Question 4 What is the Roman Numeral XCV? © Seomra Ranga 2013

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Round 3 Question 5 True or false, a concave shape bends inwards? © Seomra Ranga 2013

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Round 3 Question 6 How many seconds are there in 4½ minutes? © Seomra Ranga 2013

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Maths Joke #4 How can you make time fly? Throw a clock out the window! © Seomra Ranga 2013

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ROUND 2 ANSWERS © Seomra Ranga 2013

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Round 2 Answers Question 1 What would you use to measure the length of your school table: trundle wheel, metre stick or weighing scale? Metre Stick © Seomra Ranga 2013

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Round 2 Answers Question 2 Increase 90 by 50% = 135 © Seomra Ranga 2013

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Round 2 Answers Question 3 A lady wants to put a wooden frame on a photo. Does she need to know the area or the perimeter? Perimeter © Seomra Ranga 2013

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Round 2 Answers Question 4 How many years is a couple married if its their Silver Anniversary? 25 © Seomra Ranga 2013

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Round 2 Answers Question 5 Name this shape: Trapezium/Trapezoid © Seomra Ranga 2013

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Round 2 Answers Question 6 How many spots are there altogether on a die (dice)? = 21 © Seomra Ranga 2013

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Maths Joke #5 Whats the King of the pencil case? The Ruler! © Seomra Ranga 2013

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ROUND 4 © Seomra Ranga 2013

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Round 4 Question 1 True or false, a parallelogram has three pairs of parallel sides? © Seomra Ranga 2013

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Round 4 Question 2 Write a quarter to nine in the morning in 24 hour digital time. © Seomra Ranga 2013

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Round 4 Question 3 How many millilitres in a Litre? © Seomra Ranga 2013

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Round 4 Question 4 A snooker player pots the yellow, green, brown, blue, pink and black balls. How many points does he score? © Seomra Ranga 2013

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Round 4 Question 5 How many sides are there on a heptagon? © Seomra Ranga 2013

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Round 4 Question 6 Which of these letters are not symmetrical: A, B, X, E, G © Seomra Ranga 2013

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Maths Joke #6 Why was 6 afraid of 7? Because 7 8 9! © Seomra Ranga 2013

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ROUND 3 ANSWERS © Seomra Ranga 2013

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Round 3 Answers Question 1 Divide a thousand by a hundred ÷ 100 = 10 © Seomra Ranga 2013

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Round 3 Answers Question 2 A girl earns 2.50 per day helping in the family shop after school. How much does she earn for four days work? 10 © Seomra Ranga 2013

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Round 3 Answers Question 3 What is the missing number: 4, 16, 25(5 2 ), 36,49 © Seomra Ranga 2013

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Round 3 Answers Question 4 What is the Roman Numeral XCV? 95 © Seomra Ranga 2013

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Round 3 Answers Question 5 True or false, a concave shape bends inwards? True © Seomra Ranga 2013

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Round 3 Answers Question 6 How many seconds are there in 4½ minutes? (60x4)+30= 270 © Seomra Ranga 2013

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Maths Joke #7 What did the zero say to the eight? Nice belt! © Seomra Ranga 2013

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ROUND 5 © Seomra Ranga 2013

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Round 5 Question 1 Round off 6,784 to the nearest 10. © Seomra Ranga 2013

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Round 5 Question 2 What change do you get from 100 if you buy 6 school books at 16 each? © Seomra Ranga 2013

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Round 5 Question 3 What do you call an angle greater than 90 0 but less than ? © Seomra Ranga 2013

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Round 5 Question 4 If the temperature is 5 0 C and drops by 9 0, what is the new temperature? © Seomra Ranga 2013

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Round 5 Question 5 What is the perimeter of a circle known as? © Seomra Ranga 2013

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Round 5 Question 6 In computer memory, what is the missing term: kilobyte, megabyte, gigabyte, ______, petabyte? © Seomra Ranga 2013

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Maths Joke #8 Why did the pupil do multiplication problems on the floor? Because the teacher told him not to use tables! © Seomra Ranga 2013

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ROUND 4 ANSWERS © Seomra Ranga 2013

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Round 4 Answers Question 1 True or false, a parallelogram has three pairs of parallel sides? False © Seomra Ranga 2013

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Round 4 Answers Question 2 Write a quarter to nine in the morning in 24 hour digital time. 08:45 © Seomra Ranga 2013

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Round 4 Answers Question 3 How many millilitres in a Litre? 1000 © Seomra Ranga 2013

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Round 4 Answers Question 4 A snooker player pots the yellow, green, brown, blue, pink and black balls. How many points does he score? = 27 © Seomra Ranga 2013

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Round 4 Answers Question 5 How many sides are there on a heptagon? 7 © Seomra Ranga 2013

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Round 4 Answers Question 6 Which of these letters are not symmetrical: A, B, X, E, G G © Seomra Ranga 2013

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Maths Joke #9 What did one maths book say to the other? Dont bother me, Ive got my own problems! © Seomra Ranga 2013

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ROUND 6 © Seomra Ranga 2013

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Round 6 Question 1 If you are facing West and turn clockwise 180 0, in what direction are you facing? © Seomra Ranga 2013

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Round 6 Question 2 Add: © Seomra Ranga 2013

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Round 6 Question 3 How many 10-seater buses are needed to bring a class of 32 children and 2 teachers on a tour? © Seomra Ranga 2013

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Round 6 Question 4 Which number is the odd one out: 14, 49, 70, 28, 36, 7 © Seomra Ranga 2013

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Round 6 Question 5 What 3D shape is this a net of? © Seomra Ranga 2013

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Round 6 Question 6 What is 9 2 – 7 2 ? © Seomra Ranga 2013

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Maths Joke #10 What do you call a stubborn angle? Obtuse! © Seomra Ranga 2013

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ROUND 5 ANSWERS © Seomra Ranga 2013

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Round 5 Answers Question 1 Round off 6,784 to the nearest 10. 6,780 © Seomra Ranga 2013

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Round 5 Answers Question 2 What change do you get from 100 if you buy 6 school books at 16 each? 100-(6x16=96)= 4 © Seomra Ranga 2013

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Round 5 Answers Question 3 What do you call an angle greater than 90 0 but less than ? Obtuse © Seomra Ranga 2013

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Round 5 Answers Question 4 If the temperature is 5 0 C and drops by 9 0, what is the new temperature? © Seomra Ranga 2013

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Round 5 Answers Question 5 What is the perimeter of a circle known as? Circumference © Seomra Ranga 2013

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Round 5 Answers Question 6 In computer memory, what is the missing term: kilobyte, megabyte, gigabyte, ______, petabyte? Terabyte © Seomra Ranga 2013

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Maths Joke #11 Why is = 5 like your left foot? Its not right! © Seomra Ranga 2013

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ROUND 7 © Seomra Ranga 2013

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Round 7 Question 1 What is the smallest number you can make with the digits: 7, 2, 4, 6, 9? © Seomra Ranga 2013

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Round 7 Question 2 What kind of shape is an Isoceles? © Seomra Ranga 2013

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Round 7 Question 3 What is the next term in the sequence: 6, 11, 16, 21, 26, ___? © Seomra Ranga 2013

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Round 7 Question 4 What is the date of the 100th day of a non-leap year? © Seomra Ranga 2013

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Round 7 Question 5 Replace the ? With +, -, x, ÷ to solve the equation: 3 ? 1 ? 4 ? 4 ? 5 = 27 © Seomra Ranga 2013

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Round 7 Question 6 What is 25% 0f 500? © Seomra Ranga 2013

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Maths Joke #12 Where do kids from New York learn their multiplication tables? In Times Square! © Seomra Ranga 2013

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ROUND 6 ANSWERS © Seomra Ranga 2013

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Round 6 Answers Question 1 If you are facing West and turn clockwise 180 0, in what direction are you facing? East © Seomra Ranga 2013

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Round 6 Answers Question 2 Add: © Seomra Ranga 2013

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Round 6 Answers Question 3 How many 10-seater buses are needed to bring a class of 32 children and 2 teachers on a tour? 4 © Seomra Ranga 2013

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Round 6 Answers Question 4 Which number is the odd one out: 14, 49, 70, 28, 36, 7 36 (its not multiple of 7) © Seomra Ranga 2013

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Round 6 Answers Question 5 What 3D shape is this a net of? Cube © Seomra Ranga 2013

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Round 6 Answers Question 6 What is 9 2 – 7 2 ? 81 – 49 = 32 © Seomra Ranga 2013

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Maths Joke #13 Teacher: Did you get help with this maths homework? Pupil: No, I got them all wrong by myself! © Seomra Ranga 2013

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ROUND 8 © Seomra Ranga 2013

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Round 8 Question 1 What is the product of 6 and 7? © Seomra Ranga 2013

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Round 8 Question 2 How many sides on nonagon? © Seomra Ranga 2013

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Round 8 Question 3 What is 0.87 as a percentage? © Seomra Ranga 2013

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Round 8 Question 4 What is the sum of the no. of days in a leap year and the no. of weeks in a year? © Seomra Ranga 2013

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Round 8 Question 5 A couple has seven daughters and each daughter has a brother. How many children does the couple have altogether? © Seomra Ranga 2013

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Round 8 Question 6 Which is the larger number: a googol or a billion? © Seomra Ranga 2013

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Maths Joke #14 If there are 10 cats in a boat and one jumps out, how many are left? None, because they are all copycats! © Seomra Ranga 2013

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ROUND 7 ANSWERS © Seomra Ranga 2013

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Round 7 Answers Question 1 What is the smallest number you can make with the digits: 7, 2, 4, 6, 9? 24,679 © Seomra Ranga 2013

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Round 7 Answers Question 2 What kind of shape is an Isoceles? Triangle © Seomra Ranga 2013

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Round 7 Answers Question 3 What is the next term in the sequence: 6, 11, 16, 21, 26, ___? 31 (+5 each time) © Seomra Ranga 2013

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Round 7 Answers Question 4 What is the date of the 100th day of a non-leap year? 100-( )= 10 April 10th © Seomra Ranga 2013

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Round 7 Answers Question 5 Replace the ? With +, -, x, ÷ to solve the equation: 3 ? 1 ? 4 ? 4 ? 5 = x 4 x = 27 © Seomra Ranga 2013

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Round 7 Answers Question 6 What is 25% 0f 500? 125 © Seomra Ranga 2013

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Maths Joke #15 Teacher: If you had 39c in one pocket and 58c in the other, what would you have? Pupil: Someone elses trousers! © Seomra Ranga 2013

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ROUND 8 ANSWERS © Seomra Ranga 2013

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Round 8 Answers Question 1 What is the product of 6 and 7? 6 x 7 = 42 © Seomra Ranga 2013

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Round 8 Answers Question 2 How many sides on nonagon? 9 © Seomra Ranga 2013

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Round 8 Answers Question 3 What is 0.87 as a percentage? 87% © Seomra Ranga 2013

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Round 8 Answers Question 4 What is the sum of the no. of days in a leap year and the no. of weeks in a year? = 418 © Seomra Ranga 2013

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Round 8 Answers Question 5 A couple has seven daughters and each daughter has a brother. How many children does the couple have altogether? 8! (not 14!) © Seomra Ranga 2013

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Round 8 Answers Question 6 Which is the larger number: a googol or a billion? Googol ( ) © Seomra Ranga 2013

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Maths Joke #16 What would you get if you crossed a dog with a calculator? A friend you could count on! © Seomra Ranga 2013

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TIE BREAK ROUND © Seomra Ranga 2013

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Tie-Break Round Question 1 How many prime numbers are there between 10 and 20? © Seomra Ranga 2013

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Tie-Break Round Question 2 How many straight edges does a cube have? © Seomra Ranga 2013

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Tie-Break Round Question 3 A boy has 97 eggs. How many more does he need to make 9 dozen? © Seomra Ranga 2013

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Tie-Break Round Question 4 Out of 1,000 cabbage plants, 52 are unfit for planting. The rest are planted equally in 12 rows. How many in each row? © Seomra Ranga 2013

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Tie-Break Round Question 5 A farmer has 5 sheep for every cow. Her total no. of sheep and cows is 120. How many cows has she? © Seomra Ranga 2013

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Tie-Break Round Question 6 What comes next: million, billion, trillion, ______? © Seomra Ranga 2013

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Maths Joke #17 What do you call a crushed angle? A rectangle! © Seomra Ranga 2013

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TIE BREAK ANSWERS © Seomra Ranga 2013

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Tie-Break Answers Question 1 How many prime numbers are there between 10 and 20? 4 (11, 13, 17, 19) © Seomra Ranga 2013

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Tie-Break Answers Question 2 How many straight edges does a cube have? 12 © Seomra Ranga 2013

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Tie-Break Answers Question 3 A boy has 97 eggs. How many more does he need to make 9 dozen? 9x12=108 He needs 11 more © Seomra Ranga 2013

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Tie-Break Answers Question 4 Out of 1,000 cabbage plants, 52 are unfit for planting. The rest are planted equally in 12 rows. How many in each row? 100 – 52 = 948 ÷ 12 = 79 © Seomra Ranga 2013

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Tie-Break Answers Question 5 A farmer has 5 sheep for every cow. Her total no. of sheep and cows is 120. How many cows has she? 20 (20x5=100+20=120) © Seomra Ranga 2013

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Tie-Break Answers Question 6 What comes next: million, billion, trillion, ______? Quadrillion © Seomra Ranga 2013

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Maths Joke #18 Pupil: Teacher, Im cold. Teacher: Well, go stand in the corner, its 90 degrees there! © Seomra Ranga 2013

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