Third grade math test
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Name _____________________ Date:_____________________
Solve the following problems
1. Which two numbers come next?
10055 , 10105 , 10155 , _____ , ____
2. John wants a carpenter to build him a custom bookcase. He wants each shelf to hold 10 books.
How many shelves does he need if he has 123 books?
A. 12
B. 14
C. 13
D. 15
3.
Look at the base10 blocks below and tell which number it represents. Take a close look before answering!
A. 236
B. 228
C. 136
D. 128
4. What number is the same as two hundred fortyfive?
A. 245
B. 255
C. 542
D. 452
5. Fill in the missing two numbers?
941, 952,____,974 , ____
6. Which number is greater than 865 but less than 941?
A. 789
B. 941
C. 899
D. 945
7. Which numerical expression matches the picture?________________
A. 4 + 3
B. 12  4
C. 4 × 3
D. 2 × 3
8. How many blocks of 10 can you make with 240?
A.40
B. 42
C. 24
D. 100
9. Tell if the number on the left is less or greater than the number on the right. Replace the question mark ( ? ) with < or >
899 ? 901
1425 ? 1424
10. Which number is made up of 4 hundreds 8 tens and 4 ones?
A. 4084
B. 484
C. 448
D. 844
11. Find 2 multiplication problems that are the same as 8 + 8.
12. Perform the following addition and subtraction.
54678 + 45624 = ?
98765  97653 = ?
13.
What is the name of a geometric figure that looks like an orange? _____________
Which of the following shape could you probably use to describe the shape of your fingers?
A. Cube
B. Sphere
C. Cylinder
D. Cone
Which of the following shape could you probably use to describe the shape of the doors in your house?
A. Cube
B. Sphere
C. Cylinder
D. Rectangular prism
14. Find 2 multiplication problems that are the same as 36 + 36.
15. Write the following numbers in words.
4561 ___________________________________________
3974 ___________________________________________
16. Which two circles show twosixths (2/6) and fivesixths (5/6) of the circles shaded?
Choice #1: A and B
Choice #2: B and D
Choice #3: A and D
Choice #4: C and D
17. Make a rectangle. Break the rectangle into 8 equal pieces. Then, shade sixeighths of the rectangle.
18.
You go to a store with 3.20 dollars in your pocket. The menu is:
Hamburger...................$1.60
Fruit salad.................$2.40
Pizza slice.................$1.80
Sprite......................$1.10
Fruit juice.................$1.90
Side of chicken wings.......$2.50
Which two items can you buy with your 3.20 dollars?
A. Hamburger and Pizza slice
B. Side of chicken wings and sprite
C. Pizza slice and fruit juice
D. Hamburger and sprite
If you buy just a fruit salad, what is your change?_______________
19. Which math problem means the same thing as (10 + 5) + 7? ______________
A. 14 + 7
B. 15 + 6
C. 15 × 7
D. 10 + ( 12 )
20. Problem solving skills.
You have 552 dollars in your pocket. You want to buy 6 scientific calculators costing each 78 dollars.
How much will the 6 calculators cost?_________
After you pay for the calculators, how much money are you left with?_________
You want to share the leftover money
evenly between you and two friends. How much money each person will get?____________
Important information about the third grade math test
No calculator. No exception! In fact, no calculator should be used at all to solve this third grade math test.
Note: A score of 16 or more on this third grade math test is a good indication that most skills taught in third grade were mastered.
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