So you’ve decided to test your math skills!
Following are five questions similar to the ones fifth- and sixth-grade students answer when competing in math meets. These questions are designated “No Calculator,” so please resist your urge to use a calculator and instead give your brain a little extra exercise!
Students typically have a time limit, but because this is for fun take as long as you need.
1.) 12 : 3 = 20 : ___
2.) What is the correct time 3,600 seconds before 1:30 p.m.?
3.) Find the missing number. 5 x (3 + 4) = (5 x 3) + ___
4.) At 4 p.m., a pole 10 m high casts a shadow 15 m long. At the same time, how long is a shadow cast by a pole 6 m high?
5.) If 3 tics = 4 tacs, and 2 tacs = 3 toes, then 1 toe = ___ tics.
Think you’ve answered them all correctly? Email Lori for the answers.
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