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Practice thousands of parallel questions given in the World's Top Math Competitions such as those given in Singapore, Australia, USA, Canada, India, Philippines, among others. Questions range from easy, tricky, challenging and mind-boggling. You are given a mix of different types of problems from easy to difficult so that there will be no surprises during the actual competition. Answer/Explanation is given at the end of the question.

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Purpose of Skill Tests: This test is meant to level up your Math skill with the different types of problems that may come out during competitions. The purpose is for you to to answer questions correctly and within the time allotted to solve the problem.  Our goal here is ACCURACY and SPEED.

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To win in Math competitions, one of the important factors that you need to develop is speed in computation. If you can solve simple math computations in a split of a second, then you are ahead of competition. And, increasing your speed is just as simple as mastering the basics. Solve this proprietary simple math flash card game of the 200 most commonly asked questions in the Metrobank-MTAP-DepEd Math Challenge. The goal here is to solve all the 200 questions and answer accurately each question within 1-3 seconds. This is proven to be an effective measure of one's math proficiency.  Anyone who can get a perfect score of 200 and completes the flashcard game in less than 10 minutes has a big chance of winning in the Division Finals, and eventually in the National Finals.  Try it and you will see how important is mastering the basics to winning.


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1.)I have 26 grasshoppers. 14 of them flew away. How many grasshoppers do I have left?

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Congratulations to our Mathizen admin, Hillary Diane Andales for being the 2017 Breakthrough Junior Challenge winner. You are the first Filipino to share the stage with the world's greatest scientists and innovators. May you inspire a lot of Filipinos to dream bigger and become scientists themselves. And may your victory spark a new revolution in mindset among Filipinos to be more confident in the field of science. The whole country is truly proud of you!

Watch the Breakthrough Prize Ceremony here (Hillary's part at 34:00) – bit.ly/2zMV6NA
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Hello, Mathizens!!! Once again, please support our only Philippine representative, Hillary Diane A. Andales get into the finals by LIKING and SHARING her video entry (below) in the Breakthrough Junior Challenge, a very prestigious international competition for high school students. She is now a Semi-Finalist (Top 30) out of the 6000+ entries from 130+ countries. She is a top student at the Philippine Science High School-Eastern Visayas Campus and an author of a Math book "Math Quizzer". It's Pinoy pride. By winning, we can show to the world that we Filipinos are also intellectuals and that we are truly the social media capital of the world. We need 300,000 likes and shares to be assured of a slot in the Finals. We really need your support.

To vote:
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2. LIKE, LOVE, HAHA, WOW the actual video, not this post.
3. Go to the comments section, tag at least 15 friends and family!
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5. SUPPORT! SUPPORT! SUPPORT! Remember, likes, love, haha, wow /and/ shares are counted as votes
6. Vote before NOVEMBER 2, 2017 3 PM PH Time.
Go PH!

Thank you in advance.

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Hillary, 18, Finalist, Phillipines, Asia Regional Champion: 2017 Breakthrough Junior Challenge To learn more, visit breakthroughjuniorchallenge.org.

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Shasha Magpantay, Math whiz scores big in Canada

Source credit: By: Fely del Rosario, Philippine Daily Inquirer 01:29 AM August 30th, 2015 THE FIRST thing that people invariably notice about Felicia Maria “Shasha” Magpantay is that she looks like she barely got out of high school. But this young-looking 28 year old has already racked up an impressive curriculum vitae in the academic […]

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Mathizen commemorates Women Mathematicians on International Women’s Day

Today is International Women’s Day, and to celebrate, we will be posting a series of images and short biographies commemorating extraordinary women mathematicians that you should look up to and emulate. While there are only few women in history who made it to excel in Math, they deserve our highest regard for being able to […]

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