- General Math
- Proportional Reasoning

In the summer months, a common problem people suffer from is dehydration – not enough water in their body. Waiting until you feel thirsty is not a good indicator that it’s time to drink water. In fact...

- General Math
- Proportional Reasoning

In the summer months, a common problem people suffer from is dehydration – not enough water in their body. Waiting until you feel thirsty is not a good indicator that it’s time to drink water. In fact...

- Algebraic Expressions and Equations
- Proportional Reasoning

In 62 days at sea, Ferdinand’s boat traveled 5580 miles. What was the average speed of Ferdinand’s boat, in miles per hour? Express your answer as a decimal to the nearest hundredth. We are told that...

- General Math
- Percents and Fractions
- Plane Geometry
- Problem Solving (Misc.)
- Proportional Reasoning

In preparation for Thanksgiving dinner, Mrs. Cobble decided to get a new tablecloth for the dining room table. Her rectangular table measures 3.5 feet by 6 feet, and she would like the tablecloth to...

- General Math
- Probability, Counting and Combinatorics
- Problem Solving (Misc.)
- Sequences, Series and Patterns

In 1998, Nkem Chukwu gave birth to the first set of surviving octuplets. The eight babies weighed from 11.3 ounces to 28.6 ounces at birth. Leonard Weisman, the Texas Children’s Hospital’s chief of...

- General Math
- Measurement
- Probability, Counting and Combinatorics
- Problem Solving (Misc.)

The Iditarod sled-dog race is run on a trail that was originally a mail-supply route. In 1925, part of the trail became a lifesaving highway for the children who lived in Nome. The Iditarod is...

- Algebraic Expressions and Equations
- Plane Geometry
- Problem Solving (Misc.)

Bethany and her family are attending the Funville Town Fall Festival, and the first thing they do is get in line for the Maize (corn) Maze. When Bethany gets to the entrance of the Maze she is facing...

- Algebraic Expressions and Equations
- Proportional Reasoning
- Solid Geometry

Melrose’s hot air balloon is a sphere of diameter 100 feet. How many cubic feet of air will Melrose’s hot air balloon hold when completely filled? Express your answer as a decimal to the nearest tenth...

- Percents and Fractions
- Solid Geometry

For the following problems, assume that the snowballs are perfect spheres. Chiquita and Rhonda are each building a snowman. Rhonda tells Chiquita that she is making each of her 3 balls of snow 20%...

- General Math
- Percents and Fractions
- Probability, Counting and Combinatorics

Sun City earned its name because it rarely rains there. In fact, it rains only 54 days each year there, on average. What percent of the days in 2023 is it expected to rain in Sun City? Express your...