# Mathematics Worksheets for Grade 3

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1) Which of the following is NOT correct?
1. 8÷1 =8
2. 7*0=0
3. 8*7=7*8
4. 6*8=6+6+6+6+6+6

2) There were 6 red balls in the basket. There were 4 times as many blue balls as red balls. What is the total number of balls in the basket?

1. 10
2. 2
3. 24
4. 30

3) 6 x 9=162___3

1. +
2. -
3. x
4. /

4) Which of the following can be divided by 8 without leaving a remainder?

1. 269
2. 296
3. 629
4. 692

Rani had 90 more stamps than Amy.
When all the stamps were shared equally between them, each of them got 190 stamps.
How many stamps did Amy have at first?

6)   ______________5 = 71R2
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1. 353
2. 355
3. 357
4. 365

7) Mr De wanted to pack some potatoes into packets of 6 potatoes each.
After packing the potatoes, he had 9 packets and was left with 5 potatoes.
How many potatoes did he have in all?

1. 39
2. 49
3. 54
4. 59

8) A total of 5100 people took part in a walkathon. 1200 of them are girls. there were 56 fewer boys than girls. The rest were adults.

(a) How many boys were there?

(b) How many adults were there

9) Which of the following has the smallest value?

1. 8000 – 8
2. 7900 + 20
3. 8008
4. 800 x 9

10) Abir, Ben and Chetan have 550 marbles altogether.
Abir has thrice as many marbles as Ben.
Chetan has 40 more marbles than Ben.
How many more marbles does Abir have than Chetan?

Ans: ______________________________________________________

11)  Which of the following statements is true about A and B?

4     5    2    [B]

-    3    8    [A]   3
_________________
6     3     8
_________________

1. B is greater than A.
2. The sum of A and B is 9.
3. A and B are both even numbers
4. The difference between A and B is 6.

12) Mary has 250 stickers left after giving 6 of her friends 89 stickers each. How many stickers did Mary have at first?

1. 484
2. 534
3. 734
4. 784

13 Mrs Heng put 7 piles of exercise books on the table. There were 39 exercise books in each pile. Ali took away 15 exercise books from each of the 7 piles. How many exercise books were left on the table?

14) Ron has 280 marbles. He has 7 times as many marbles as Sam. Wasim has 90 marbles less than Ron. How many marbles do the three boys have altogether?

Ans:_____________

15) Mrs Nathan bought 7 shirts and blouses altogether. There were 8 buttons on each shirt and 5 buttons on each blouse. There were a total of 41 buttons. How many blouses did she buy?

Ans:_____________

16) What is the missing number in the blank?
4000 + 200 + 80 = 4286 - ________

17) How many twos are there in 526+108?

___________

18) Alice, Betty and Cathy collected some money by selling fun-fair tickets.
Alice collected \$210.
Betty collected twice as much as Alice.
​​​​​​​The amount collected by Cathy was equal to the total amount collected by Alice and Betty.

a) What was the amount collected by Betty?

Ans:____________

b) What was the amount collected by Cathy?

Ans:____________

c) What was the total amount collected by the 3 girls?

19) Alice, Betty and Cathy collected some money by selling fun-fair tickets.
Alice collected ₹210.
Betty collected twice as much as Alice.
The amount collected by Cathy was equal to the total amount collected by Alice and Betty.

What was the total amount collected by the 3 girls?

Ans:____________

20) If we were to write the digits, 2,5,7 and 8 in the boxes below using each digit only once, what would be A?

21) There were 172 men and 246 women on a train at first. At the next station, 38 men boarded the train while 59 women got down from the train. How many people were on the train when it left the station?

Ans:____________

22) Mrs Roy's bakery sold 3500 pineapple tarts. Her bakery sold 825 more pineapple tarts than Mrs Nath's bakery.
If Mrs Nath had 900 pineapple tarts left, how many tarts had she at first?

Ans:____________

23) There were 30 children in a class. They were seated in 5 equal groups.

a) How many pupils were there in each group?

Ans:____________

b) If each pupil donated 4 books to the class library, what was the total number of books donated?

Ans:____________

24) 🚙 + 🚙 + 🚙 = 9

🖋 x 5 = 30

​​​​​​​📞 - 🖋  = 18

Find the value of 🚙 + 📞 .

25) Shyam had 6 packets of paper plates. There were 35 paper plates in each packet. 163 paper plates were used for a party. How many paper plates were left?

Ans:____________