Metrobank Mtap- Deped Math Challenge
Division Orals
Grade-I

15- seconds questions (2 points each)

______________1. What number is one half of 64?
______________ 2.How many elevens are there in 88?
______________3.How much greater is 6 tens than 42 ones?
______________4. In counting by 4s, what number is between 24 and 32? ______________5. How many hours are there in one and a half a days? ______________6. One half kilo of rambutan costs P25. How many half kilos can I buy for P100? ______________ 7. In 7+8 =15, what name do we give to 15?

______________ 8. What is the 7th number in the pattern 8, 12, 16, 20 …. ______________ 9. There are 60 balloons in the party 20 balloons are red and 8 are blue. How many balloons are neither red or blue?

_______________10. Mother bought 2 ½ dozen eggs. How many eggs did mother buy? ______________ 11. What is N in 11+ 22 = 13 + N
30-second questions ( 3 points each)
_______________ 1. Chris bought a toy car for $35.50. how much change did he get form a 50 peso bill? ________________ 2. A school bus started picking children at 5:30 am. It reached school at 7:15. How long did it take The bus from the beginning until it reached school? ________________ 3. How many 5 peso coins are equal to 7 20 peso bills? ________________ 4. A boy earned $25 on Saturday selling bags. He earned twice as much on Sundays. How much did Earned for two days?

________________ 5. Nina has $ 30 and Luz has $7 more than Nina. Together , how much do they have? ________________ 6. How much more is ½ of 100 than 1/3 of 120? 1 –minute questions.

________________ 1. Philip has 4 $5-coins and 10 $ $1-coins. How much money will he have left if he buys a hamburger For $24?

...I. NATURE OF THE CONTEST
The Metrobank-MTAP-DepEdMathChallenge is a Mathematics competition for elementary and secondary students in both public and private schools nationwide. It is implemented by the Metrobank Foundation, Inc. (MBFI), the Mathematics Teachers Association of the Philippines (MTAP) and the Department of Education (DepEd).
II. OBJECTIVES
The overall objective of the Metrobank-MTAP-DepEdMathChallenge is to contribute in improving the quality of mathematics education in the Philippines. Specifically, it aims to:
A. Awaken greater interest in Mathematics among elementary and secondary students in both public and private schools all over the country;
B. Encourage students to strive for excellence in Mathematics;
C. Encourage mastery of basic mathematical skills;
D. Discover mathematical talents among the students;
E. Develop the values of hard work, perseverance, honesty, teamwork and sportsmanship; and
F. Provide students with opportunities in leadership and cooperative undertaking.
III. COMPETITION COVERAGE
The topics in the DepEd Basic Education Curriculum for Elementary and Secondary, per grade/year level, shall be the basis of coverage of the competition.
IV. HOW...

...2014 Metrobank – MTAP – DepEdMathChallengeGradeI
Name:__________________________________________________ Score
School:_________________________________________________
Solve each item on scratch paper, when necessary. Write the correct answer on the blank.
__________________1. What is the place value 0f 6 in 678?
__________________2. How many tens are there in 832?
__________________3. Write “two hundred thirty-three” in numerals.
__________________4. What is the smallest three-digit even number?
__________________5. How many numbers are greater than 76 but less than 89?
__________________6. Anne, Beth, Cindy and Danica are seated in a row. Anne is seated 4th from the
front. Beth is between Cindy and Danica. Cindy is behind Beth. Who is seated
3rd from the back?
__________________7. Bicycles have 2 wheels and tricycles have 3. There are a total of 5 bicycles and
tricycles. There are 13 wheels in all. How many bicycles are there?
__________________8. Three numbers add up to 10. The sum of the first two numbers is 8. The second
number is one more than the third number. What is the first number?
__________________9. A bag contains 25 marbles. Seven are red, 5 are...

...of mating sliding surfaces occurs when work due frictional forces rise to unacceptable levels. Harder corrosion particles caught between mating surfaces in relative motion (fretting) exacerbates wear of frictional forces. Bearing seizure or failure may result from excessive wear due to work of friction. As surfaces are worn by work due to friction, fit and surface finish of an object may degrade until it no longer functions properly.
Friction is an important factor in many engineering disciplines such as transportation and measurement. For transportation, automobile brakes inherently rely on friction, slowing a vehicle by converting its kinetic energy into heat. Incidentally, dispersing this large amount of heat safely is one technical challenge in designing brake systems. For measurement, a tribometer is an instrument that measures friction on a surface and a profilograph is a device used to measure pavement surface roughness. Friction is also used to heat and ignite matchsticks.
Anybody that moves, in one way or another, experiences an opposing force either from air or from another body in contact. This force tends to retard the motion of the body. The presence of friction between contact surfaces generates sound, light, and heat energy. It is also referred to as the retarding force or even drag force in the form of air resistance.
Frictional force is found to be directly proportional to the normal force (N) which is mathematically expressed as:
f ∝N...

...or promising to provide something of value in exchange for what the other is to provide.
Every contract, whether oral or written, contain terms. The terms of a contract set out the rights and duties of the parties. Terms are the promises and undertakings given by each party to the other. They form the substance of a contract and they specify the way in which contractual obligations are to be performed. These terms can be set out expressly or are implied into the contract by fact, trade custom or law. In the case of Beauty and Stylish, Clause 3 is an express term. The express terms of a contract are those which the parties have specifically discussed an agreed upon, be it orally or in writing. In this contract, Clause 3 mentioned that the contract price of the house excludes all window coverings. The provision of curtains, blinds or other window coverings is the responsibility of the purchaser (Stylish) and will not be provided pursuant to this contract. By signing the contract, it means Stylish has agreed and acknowledge all terms. Thus, with this express term, Stylish is unable to gain contractual rights in relation to the window coverings.
However, if we look into the pre-contractual statements, Stylish is able to gain contractual rights in relation to the window coverings. Many contracts involve the making of pre-contractual statements. These are the oral or written statements made by parties in the course of negotiations right up to the...

...Conceptual Framework of Mathematics Education
Bringing about the Department of Education- Division of Batac City to offer quality education to all pupils clearly requires careful planning and a vision of the future. However, the task also involves looking back and understanding the current status of the division in terms of accomplishments and achievements of the learners as well as teachers and administrators. It is only through careful analysis that we truly understand the challenges, the solutions we need and how not to repeat mistakes from the past.
Rationale
The School Year 2014-2015 of the Division of Batac City is faced with an urgent need to craft steps towards a vision of a better quality mathematics education. These steps are the point of departure for the following vision of where the division in terms of mathematics education would like to be in the next years to come. Yet, this would not be realized in an overnight. However, we make sure that every year, we move a little bit closer to our vision, recognizing that a large improvement is actually an accumulation of many smaller changes.
A. Learners who will possess the 21st century numeracy and life skills – knowing and understanding, estimating, computing and solving, visualizing and modelling, representing and communicating, conjecturing, reasoning, proving and decision-making, and applying and connecting
B. Math...

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Aryabhata I and How He Influenced Math
College Algebra
March 15, 2014
Aryabhata I was born in Kerala, India, but moved to Kusumapura early in life. His contribution to mathematics and science is vast, from approximating Pi better than anyone in his time period to deducing the Earth is round. He had many scientific and mathematic discoveries, which he wrote about in his book, the Aryabhatiya. He declared that the Earth rotates on its own axis and used logic to determine that this is what created night and day. (Jain)
Part of Aryabhata’s fame was brought by his debunking myths of both religious and general varieties. Instead of the previously believed “fact” distributed by the Hindu priests that it was a demon’s head named Rahu swallowing the sun and moon, Aryabhata proved them wrong by driving the theory that eclipses happen because of the shadow given off by the earth and moon in place of the Hindu myth. Another myth he disproved by declaration was the thought that the moon gave off its own light, giving it the glow that dominated the night sky.
In 499 A.D., at age 23, he wrote Aryabhatiya, which would be known as his famous astronomical opus. As a result of his paper, the Gupta dynasty ruler, Buddhagupta, gave him the title of Head of the Nalanda University to recognize his intellect (Kumar). Later, it is believed that he wrote another book, called the Aryabhata-siddhanta, but it is now lost...

...of the century, climate warming models predict an additional increase of 2 to 11.5 degrees, due largely to carbon emissions, the study noted.
(300 Words)
Questions:
1 - 'Dawn' in this text means:
a. Sunrise
b. Earth
c. Beginning
d. Heat
2 - 'Balmy' means:
a. Cold
b. Warm
c. Hot
d. Cool
3 - True or false: this study looks at a longer than usual time-period.
a. False
b. True
c. Maybe
d. What if
4 - The Earth's temperature has increased quickly since:
a. The Northern Hemisphere
b. 1,500 years ago
c. The Holocene
d. The Industrial Revolution
5 - 'Prevent' means:
a. Slow
b. Stop
c. Encourage
d. Complete
Jaymee Lou V. Cosico
III – Shakespeare
Computers and Girls
June 31, 2013
The girls in this sixth grade class in East Palo Alto, California, all have the same access to computers as boys. But researchers say, by the time they get to high school, they are victims of what the researchers call a major new gender gap in technology.
Janice Weinman of the American Association of University Woman says, "Girls tend to be less comfortable than boys with the computer. They use it more for word processing rather than for problem solving, rather than to discover new ways in which to understand information."
After re-examining a thousand studies, the American Association of University women researchers found that girls make up only a small percentage of students in computer science classes. Girls consistently rate themselves...

...CHALLENGES OF PRESERVING ORAL TRADITIONS AMONG BASARWA TRIBE
MODISE JUDGE 201201027
THATO KGAKGE 201203471
DOREEN PHALE 201204113
ABSTRACT
Basarwa are faced with huge responsibilities of preserving their Oral Traditions. This project has been written to address issues that Basarwa are facing. All the importance and challenges of Oral Traditions among Basarwa are covered in this project, making it a basic text for Basarwa tribe whom would want to preserve their Oral Traditions and overcome all challenges they are faced with in preserving Oral Traditions amongst themselves.
BRIEF EXPLANATION OF REQUIREMENTS OF RESEARCHING AND WRITING IN A DISCIPLINE
TOP TEN THINGS TO CONSIDER WHEN WRITING (LIBRARY AND INFORMATIN STUDIES)
1. Plagiarism
2. Bibliographic information
3. Bibliographic style
4. Line spacing
5. Font size
6. Insert citation
7. Insert page numbers
8. Word processing
9. Use paragraphs
10. List of sources
11.
DETAILED ESSAY OUTLINE
The San are the oldest inhabitants of Southern Africa where it is believed they have originated and have been estimated to have to have lived in Southern Africa for at least 20 000years. The following are Challenges of Preserving Oral Traditions among Basarwa Tribe.
LANGUAGE BARRIERS
Language is also a challenge towards the preservation of...