Math for Class 3
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1) How many sevens are there in the sum of 511 and 182?
Answer: _____________________
2) The difference between the two numbers is 16. The smaller number is 8. What is the greater number?
 2
 16
 24
 128
3) Harry collected 20 stickers. Ray collected thrice as many stickers as Harry. How many stickers did they collect altogether ?
 80
 60
 30
 40
4) If 8 = 20  🎃,
🎃 + 🍉 = 30,
then 🍉 =_______________.
 12
 18
 22
 42
5) The sum of all the odd numbers between 10 and 16 is ______.
 6
 26
 36
 39
6) Fill in the missing number.
8 x 7 = 35 + ?
 15
 21
 56
 91
7) Jane has a striped blouse and a spotted blouse.
She has white, red and pink skirts.
She can wear black or yellow shoes.
How many different outfit combinations can she make?
Answer: __________________
8) Jeremy gave 18 cookies to each of 4 friends and had 3 cookies left. How many cookies did he have at first?
Answer: __________________ cookies
9) Alex turned the pages of a book he was reading. The number on Page A was the greatest 3digit even number. What was the sum of the numbers on Page A and Page B?
 201
 999
 1097
 1997
10) The difference between two numbers is 823. If the bigger number is 1000, what is the smaller number?
 177
 223
 277
 1823
11) A farmer has 128 ducks and twice as many chickens as ducks. How many chickens does he have?
 64
 256
 284
 384
12) Joan wanted to pack 218 sweets into packets of 4. What was the maximum number of packets of 4 she would have?
 54
 2
 55
 872
13) Alice has three cards. The number on the second card is twice that of the first card. The third card is twice that of the second card. What is the number on the third card?
Ans:______________________.
14) Ken has 24 stamps. Ryan has 6 more stamps than Ken. How many stamps must Ryan give to Ken so that they will each have the same number of stamps?
Ans:___________________________.
15) 48 pupils were divided into 8 groups of equal size.
In each group, there were 2 more boys than girls.
How many girls were there in each group?
Ans:_____________________.
16) Laboni recorded her sales of bags as below.
Month 
Number sold 
January  55 more than in February 
February  276 
March  2 times as many as January 
How many bags were sold in all?
Ans:______________________.
17) 5 x 3 is the same as 3 + 3 + 3 + ?
The missing number is _______________________ .
18)
? 3 8 2
 2 4 4 9
_______
6 9 3 3
_______
The missing digit is __________________.
19) Jack has 144 marbles. Billy has 3 times as many marbles as Jack. How many marbles do they have altogether?
Ans:______________________.
20) 8 groups of 5 is the same as _____________________ .
 8+8+8+8+8+8+8+8
 5+5+5+5+5+5+5+5
 8+8+8+8+8
 5+5+5+5+5
21) 42 ÷ 6 is the same as ? + 3 .The missing number is ___________________ .
 7
 6
 5
 4
22) Maya has 35 Indian stamps. She has 8 times as many Singapore stamps as Indian stamps. How many stamps does she have in all?
Ans:____________
23) 589 + 42 = _____________________  30.
What is the number in the blank?
 601
 631
 661
 691
24) 200 less than ________________________ is 2 815.
What is the number in the blank?
25) What is the missing number below?
7 5 2 9
 2 3 ? 1
_________
5 1 8 8
_________
Ans:__________
26) There were 40 passengers in a big bus and 12 passengers less in a small bus. What was the total number of passengers in the two buses?
Ans:__________ passengers
27) My father can take a maximum of 4 people in his car.
What is the least number of trips he has to make to take 21 people to the Mysore Zoological Gardens in his car?
Ans:__________
28) A = 2 sevens + 6 sevens
A + B = 100
What is B?
Ans:__________
29) The product of 26 and 5 is the same as the product of 10 and __________________. What is the missing number?
 260
 130
 26
 13
30) 4 x 7 = 28 has the same meaning as _______________________.
 4 + 4 + 4 + 16 = 28
 7 + 7 + 7 + 7 = 28
 10 + 10 + 8 = 28
 14 + 14 = 28
31) Which one of the following number statements is correct?
A gardener planted @ rows of trees.
There were $ trees in each row. Altogether there were 72 trees.
 $ x 72 = @
 72 x @ = $
 $ ÷ @ = 72
 72 ÷ $ = @
32) There were 159 women and 177 men in a cinema. If they were seated in 8 equal rows, how many people were there in each row?
 41
 42
 43
 49
33) 815 + 60 = 5 + ___________________.
What is the number in the box?
 870
 875
 880
 885
34) When 4 children shared some balloons equally, each of them had 36 balloons. If these balloons were shared by 4 more children, how many balloons would each child get?
 9
 18
 28
 32
35) When I divide a number by 8, the quotient is 211. What is this number?
Ans:________
36) A total of 4500 movie tickets were sold in three days. 783 more tickets were sold on the first day than on the second day. The same number of tickets were sold on the second and the third day. How many tickets were sold on the first day?
Ans:_________
37) A fruiterer has 18 boxes of mangoes. Each box contains 40 mangoes. He repacks all the mangoes into bags of 5. How many bags of mangos will he get?
Ans:________
38) What is the value of A?
A ÷ 7 = 407 R 4.
Ans:________
39) 5032 is 240 more than ______________________.
 4792
 4812
 5272
 7432
40) A machine is able to fill 160 bottles of drinks in a minute. How many bottles of drinks can 10 such machines fill in a minute?
 16
 150
 170
 1600
41) Mr Lahiri sold 134 packets of oranges on Saturday. He sold 12 packets fewer on Sunday than on Saturday. Each packet contained 4 oranges. How many oranges did he sell on Sunday?
 122
 146
 488
 536
42) There are 89 magazines arranged in 3 piles. The first pile has 19 more magazines than the second pile. The number of magazines in the second pile is twice the number of magazines in the third pile. How many magazines are there in the second pile?
Ans:_________
43) There were 14 cars and bicycles in a car park.John counted 40 wheels altogether.How many cars were there?
Ans:_________
44) A spider has 8 legs. An ant had 6 legs. How many legs do 3 spiders and 5 ants have altogether?
Ans:________
45) A taxi can take 4 passengers. How many taxi are needed to transport 91 passengers?
 22
 23
 87
 95
46) _________________________ ÷ 10 = 50 R 6.
 56
 506
 560
 5 600
47) There were 2831 visitors at the Zoo on Wednesday. There were 476 more visitors at the Zoo on Thursday than on Wednesday. How many visitors were at the Zoo on the two days?
Ans:____________
48) 216 x 9 = ____ x 9 x 8
Ans:______________
49) What is 4x6 more than 100?
 24
 76
 124
 146
50) Which of the following is not equal to 6 x 9?
 9 x 6
 9 x 9 x 9 x 9 x 9 x 9
 9 + 9 + 9 + 9 + 9 + 9
 6 + 6 + 6 + 6 + 6 + 6 + 6 + 6 + 6
51) 7 x 7 = 100  _________________.
Ans:_______________________.
52) The sum of three numbers is 9008. The sum of two of the numbers is 6557. What is the third number?
Ans:___________________
53) What is the missing number in the box?
7 x 8= 56
9 x 8= ? + 56
 1x7
 1x8
 2x7

2x8
54) There were 28 more mables in box A than box B. John transferred 9 marbles from Box B to Box A. How many more marbles were there in box A at the end ?
 10
 18
 37
 46
55) There are 1 425 passengers on an aeroplane. 587 are men. There are 94 more women than men. The rest are children. How many children are there?
Answer : _________
56) Mr Singh bought 195 pencils for his pupils. He gave each boy 3 pencils and each girl 2 pencils. There were 28 boys and 10 girls altogether. How many pencils did he have left?
 39
 91
 104
 190
57) Alvin has 244 collar pins. Peter has twice as many collar pins as Alvin.How many collar pins do they have altogether?
Ans:______________
58) Find the missing number in the box.
7 0 5 7
 [ ] 4 7
__________
6 1 1 0
__________
59) Susan has 3047 stamps. She had 878 less stamps than Mary. How many stamps does Mary have?
 2169
 3815
 3925

4803
60) Mrs Lobo had some cherries and 78 cupcakes.
She placed 5 cherries on each cupcake.
How many cherries did she have at first?
Ans:________________________
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