State Competitions are coming up fast! Are you ready to compete? Let’s try a few 2019 State Competition problems to get ready.
2019 State Sprint Round, #18
If C is a digit such that the product of the three-digit numbers 2C8 and 3C1 is the five-digit number 90C58, what is the value of C?
2019 State Target Round, #7
Andy has a cube of edge length 10 cm. He paints the outside of the cube red and then divides the cube into smaller cubes, each of edge length 1 cm. Andy randomly chooses one of the unit cubes and rolls it on a table. If the cube lands so that an unpainted face is on the bottom, touching the table, what is the probability that the entire cube is unpainted? Express your answer as a common fraction.
2019 State Team Round, #4
Suppose that Martians have eight fingers and use a base-eight (octal) number system. If Marty the Martian says he is 37 years old on Mars, how old is he in Earth’s base-ten system?
2019 State Countdown Round, #12
For a particular sequence, each term is the sum of the three preceding terms. If a, b, c, d, e, 0, 1, 2, 3 are consecutive terms of this sequence, what is the value of a + b + c + d + e?
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