2013 MTAP-DepEd Program of Excellence Mathematics Grade 1 Session 1 I. Read the following numbers. 1. 89 2. 106 3. 736 4. 245 5. 899 6. 302 7. 720 8. 1200 9. 5075 10. 7001 II. What is the place value of each underlined digit? Give the value of each underlined digit. Give the answers orally. A B C D E F 1. 601 215 520 1‚364 5‚ 055
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1. Currently‚ there are 40 cars in each row of the lot at a car dealership. If the parking spaces are to be widened and lengthened so that only 30 cars fit in each row and fewer rows fit in the lot‚ how many cars will then fit in the entire lot? (1) There will be 3 fewer rows of cars. (2) Currently there are 10 rows of cars. (A) Statement (1) ALONE is sufficient‚ but statement (2) alone is not sufficient to answer the question asked (B) Statement (2) ALONE is sufficient‚ but statement (1) alone is
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Estimate how many deer are in the forest. (2) The coffee beans from 14 trees are required to produce 7.7 kg of coffee. How many trees are required to produce 320 kg of coffee? (3) The sum of the reciprocals of two consecutive even integers is -9/40. Find two integers. (4) Elissa can clean the animal cages at the animal shelter in 3 hours. Bill can do the same job in 2 hours. How long would it take if they work together to clean the cages. (5) Bob can clean a house in 4 hours. It will take 20/9
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areas of the two parts of the loop? (A) 3 : 1 (B) 3 : 2 (C) 2 : 1 (D) 1 : 1 7. How many numbers between 1 to 1000 (both excluded) are both squares and cubes? (A) none (B) 1 (C) 2 (D) 3 8. An operation ‘$’ is defined as follows: For any two positive integers x and y‚ x$y = F GH x + y y x I JK then which of the following is an (C) ( y – x) (z – y) (D) ( y – z) ( x – z) 3. Three circles A‚ B and C have a common centre O. A is the inner circle‚ B middle circle and C is outer circle
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Addition and Subtraction of Integers Addition of Positive Integers Consider the addition of 2 + 3. The plus sign‚ +‚ tells us to face the positive direction. So‚ to evaluate 2 + 3‚ start at 2‚ face the positive direction and move 3 units forwards. This suggests that: Positive integers can be added like natural numbers. Addition of Negative Integers Consider the addition of (–2) + (–3). The plus sign‚ +‚ tells us to face the positive direction. So‚ to evaluate
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DELHI PUBLIC SCHOOL BOKARO STEEL CITY ASSIGNMENT FOR THE SESSION 2011-2012 Class: X REAL 1. 2. 3. Subject : Mathematics Assignment No. 1 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. NUMBERS Show that square of any odd integer is of the form of 4p+1 for some integer p. Show that (12)n‚ where n is a natural number cannot end with the digit 0 or 5. Prove that each of the following are irrational : 1 a] 7 − 3 2 b] c) 3 + 5 5 +2 Use Euclid’s division algorithm‚ to find the HCF of a] 455 & 42 b] 392 & 267540 Express
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1 Cebu Province Division => Damath Seminar Workshop 1998 10-13-2008 ______________________________________________________________________________ TO THE TEACHER Introduction DAMATH‚ a patent-pending mathematical board-game invented by five-time national awardee Jesus L. Huenda‚ is coined from the popular Filipino checkerboard game of dama‚ (or lady in Spanish) and mathematics. It started in a Sorsogon National High School class in Sorsogon‚ Philippines and its popularity spread quickly and resulted
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Question Number 1 Points: 5.00/5.00 Question Text What event marks the line between the Old English and Middle English periods? Your Answer B. the Norman invasion Question Number 2 Points: 0.00/5.00 Question Text What was the effect of the Norman conquest on the language of Britain? Your Answer . The upper class spoke French Question Number 3 Points: 0.00/5.00 Question Text Why is Beowulf an epic poem? Your Answer It is about a hero who represents cultural values.
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University Arithmetic Chapter 5 Integers and The Order of Operations 5.1 Integers and Absolute Value 5.2 Adding Integers 5.3 Subtracting Integers 5.4 Multiplying and Dividing Integers 5.5 Order of Operations 5.6 Additional Exercises 5.1 Integers and Absolute Value The set of integers consists of the numbers {…‚ -4‚ -3‚ -2‚ -1‚ 0‚ 1‚ 2‚ 3‚ 4‚ …} Positive integers can be written with or without their sign. Sometimes we put a positive integer with its sign in parentheses to emphasize
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Real Life Application for Congruent Integers and modulus. The modulus m = 12 is often used and applied in everyday life‚ for example‚ the most used and common of all ---"clock arithmetic" analogy‚ in which the day is divided into two 12-hour periods. Take for example‚ if it is 5:00 now‚ what time will it be in 25 hours? Since 25 ≡ 1 mod 12‚ we simply add 1 to 5: 5 + 25 ≡ 5 + 1 ≡ 6 mod 12. Usual addition would suggest that the later time should be 5+25=30‚ however‚ this is not the answer because
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