Math

3rd Grade

Math

Math

3rd Grade Math

3rd grade

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3rd Grade Math

3rd Grade Math

100

There are 12 tables in the cafeteria. Five students sit at each of the first 11 tables. Three students sit at the last table. How many students are sitting at the 12 tables in the cafeteria?

58 students

100

Carlos gets to class at 9:08 a.m. He has to write down homework assignments and complete morning work before math begins at 9:30 a.m. How many minutes does Carlos have to complete his tasks before math begins?

22 minutes

100

Round 1,167 in the hundreds place.

1,200

100

Carly's cell phone is 4 inches long. How long would 9 cell phones be if they were laid end to end?

36 inches

100

Lee drinks 4 large glasses of water each day. How many large glasses of water does he drink in 7 days?

28 large glasses of water.

200

Mabel cuts 9 pieces of ribbon for an art project. Each piece of ribbon is 7 centimeters long. What is the total length of the pieces of ribbon that Mabel cuts?

63 centimeters

200

True or False. The sum is the answer to a subtraction problem.

False

200

Put these numbers in order from least to greatest:

1,065

1,056

1,156

1,006

1,006

1,056

1,065

1,156

200

Put these number in order from least to greatest.

1,432 1,234 1,342

1,234 1,432 1,342

200

When we divide, the answer is called?

Quotient

300

Michaela and Gilda read the same book. It takes Michaela about 8 minutes to read a chapter, and Gilda about 10 minutes. There are 9 chapters in the book. How many fewer minutes does Michaela spend reading than Gilda?

18 minutes

300

Stacey has 18 bracelets. After she organizes the bracelets by color she has 3 equal groups. How many bracelets are in each group?

6 bracelets

300

What is the sum of 589 and 263?

852

300

Round 1,467 in the tens place

1,470

300

Round this number in the hundreds place.

2,523

2,500

400

True or false

9 x 2 = (5 x 2) + (4 x 2)

true

400

Mario plans to completely cover his 8-inch by 6-inch cardboard with square-inch tiles. He has 42 square-inch tiles. How many more square-inch tiles does Mario need to cover the cardboard without any gaps or overlap? Explain your answer.

6 more tiles

400

Jolene brings an apple and an orange with her to school. The weight of both pieces of fruit together is 417 grams. The apple weighs 223 grams. What is the weight of Jolene’s orange?

194 grams

400

A guitar has 6 strings. How many strings are there on 3 guitars?

18

400

A chef arranges 4 rows of 3 red peppers on a tray. He adds 2 more rows of 3 yellow peppers. How many peppers are there altogether?

18

500

True or false

8 x 5 = (4 x 5) + (6 x 5)

false

500

Chloe’s dad partitions his garden into 4 equal size sections to plant tomatoes, squash, peppers, and cucumbers. What fraction of the garden is available for growing tomatoes?

one fourth

500

Is the difference of 200 and 113?

87

500

Mark spends $16 on 2 video games. Each game costs the same amount.

$8

500

Round 13,532 to the nearest thousands place.

14,000