3rd Grade Problem Solving

3rd Grade Multiplication

3rd Grade Divison

3rd Grade Fractions

Fractions (Hard)

100

Carson had a collection of 315 toy cars. He gave away some of his cars and had 240 left. How many toy cars did he give away?

75

100

7 x 5 =

35

100

25 divided by 5

5

100

A pizza has 5 pieces. Sara eats 3 of the pieces. What fraction of the pizza is left over?

2/5

100

Maya baked 12 cookies. She shared 1/3 with her friends. How many cookies did she keep?

8

200

Jordan's family is going on a trip. They are traveling 283 miles the first day, 365 miles the second day, and 116 miles on the third day. How many miles have they traveled so far?

764

200

4 x 8 =

32

200

30 divided by 3

10

200

Which is greater 1/5 or 1/3?

1/3

200

Mark has 2/3 of a cake. Lily has 1/2 of a cake. Who has a bigger piece?

Mark

300

There are 3,279 dimes and 1,317 pennies in a jar. How many more dimes than pennies are there in the jar?

1,962

300

8 x 5 =

40

300

20 divided by 4

5

300

Which is greater 3/6 or 3/8?

3/6

300

A pizza is cut into 8 slices. Sarah wants to eat 3/4 of a pizza. How many slices will she eat?

6 slices

400

Ella bought a specialty purse for $288 and a matching wallet for $119. She gave the clerk $500. How much change should Elina have received?

$93

400

4 x 11 =

44

400

27 divided by 9

3

400

What does the denominator tell you?

The denominator tells how many equal parts there are in the whole or in the group.

400

Emily has 1/2 a meter of ribbon. She wants to share it equally with 3 friends. How much ribbon will each friend get?

1/6th each

500

There are 297 peach trees on a farm. There are 815 peach trees on different farms. What is the difference?

518

500

7 x 7 =

49

500

100 divided 10

10

500

A quarter is what fraction of a dollar?

1/4

500

You and your friends are sharing 3 pizzas. Each pizza is cut into 8 slices.If you have 3 slices, your 1st friend has 6 slices, and your 2nd friend had 4 slices, what are the left over fractions of each pizza. (3 answers)

You(5/8) , 1st friend (2/8), 2nd friend (4/8) or (1/2)