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2 Name Date 3 rd Grade Review Quiz #16 1. Use the following table to find how many fingers are on 9 people? Number of People Number of Fingers a) 70 b) 80 c) 90 d) Joe wants to compare the number of cars, trucks, and planes he has. The table below shows this information. Toy Number Cars 10 Trucks 5 Planes 8 Which compares these correctly? a) 10 > 5 > 8 b) 10 > 8 > 5 c) 5 > 8 > 10 d) 8 < 5 < Look at the table below which shows the number of each color candy that are in a bag. Color Number in the bag Blue 12 Green 8 Yellow 4 Red 8 4. After paying for groceries, Mrs. Thomas received the money below as change from the cashier. How much change did she receive? If a piece of candy is drawn at random, which of these describes the chance the candy will be yellow? a) Least likely b) Certain c) More likely d) Impossible a) \$4.75 b) \$8.55 c) \$8.65 d) \$8.75

3 5. What is temperature shown on the thermometer below? 6. Patty has 10 birds. She can put 2 birds in each cage. She can also put bird seed and 2 watering dishes into each cage. Which number sentence shows how many cages does Patty have? a) 10 x 2 = 20 a) 98ºF b) 99ºF c) 92ºF d) 95ºF b) 10 2 = 5 c) 10 2 = 8 d) = The baby elephant weighs 548 pounds and the baby rhino weighs 290 pounds. What is the best estimate for how many more pounds the elephant weighs than the rhino? a) 100 pounds b) 200 pounds c) 800 pounds d) 900 pounds 8. What is the best unit of measure to use to find the weight of a person? a) ounces b) gallons c) tons d) pounds 9. There were 18 students in Mrs. Ruble s class. 6 students moved and then 8 new students showed up. How many students are in the class now? 10. Mrs. Jones bought 5 lemons. She bought twice as many oranges as lemons. Then she bought three times as many apples as oranges. How many apples did she buy?

4 Name Date 3 rd Grade Review Quiz #17 1. Which shows of the circles shaded? a. b. c. d. 2. Terry needs to put the stickers in groups of 12. If he counts stickers in groups of 12, which list shows numbers that Terry could have named? a) 32, 40, 48, 56 b) 20, 30, 0, 50 c) 24, 36, 48, 60 d) 4, 8, 12, The pictograph below shows the number of eagles each grade level earned on Monday. 1st 4. The time on the clock below if between which two times? 2nd 3 rd 4 th Each = 5 eagles a) between 5:30 and 6:30 How many more eagles did 1 st grade earn than 2 nd grade? a) 7 b) 3 c) 30 d) 15 b) between 1:00 and 2:00 c) between 6:15 and 6:45 d) between 6:30 and 7:30

5 5. Francine baked cookies. She baked 4 pans of 6 cookies. Which number sentence is in the same fact family as 4 x 6 = 24? a) = 30 b) 24 6 = 18 c) 8 x 3 = 24 d) 24 4 = 6 6. Which number belongs in the missing square if the numbers are in order from least to greatest? 5,687 6,256 a) 5,378 b) 6,289 c) 5,802 d) 7, How is forty-five thousand, eight written as a numeral? a) 45,008 b) 458 c) 45,800 d) 45,000,8 8. Tim has 87 pickles in a pickle jar for the concession stand. What is the best estimate for the number of pickles he has in the jar? a) 70 b) 80 c) 90 d) There were 5 school buses that picked up students. Each school bus has 2 doors and 25 windows. How many total windows are on the buses? 10. Ricky is 46 inches tall. His father is 21 inches taller. His brother is 14 fewer inches than his father. How tall is Ricky s brother?

6 Name Date 3 rd Grade Review Quiz #18 1. The table below shows the colors of tiles in a box. If Josh takes out one tile, which color will he most likely pick? Color Number in box Red 4 Blue 8 Green 20 Yellow What fraction of this octagon is shaded? a. b. a) Red b) Blue c) Green d) Yellow c. d. 3. Use the bar graph to answer the question. 4. Martin went to the store at the time shown on the clock below. What time did Martin go to the store? a) 1:10 How many more miles did Dave hike than Jake? a) 135 miles b) 130 miles c) 15 miles d) 110 miles b) 1:50 c) 12:50 d) 12:10

7 5. The table shows the number of students in each grade. Grade Number of Students 1 st nd rd th 490 Which grade has the least number of students? a) 1 st b) 2 nd 6. There are 5 teams playing football. Each team has 8 players for a total of 40 players. Which number sentence is NOT is the same fact family as the others? a) 5 x 8 = 40 b) 40 8 = 5 c) 8 x 5 = 40 d) 40 5 = 8 c) 3 rd d) 4 th 7. A car drove 121 miles on Monday and 389 miles on Tuesday. About how many more miles did the car drive on Tuesday than Monday? a) = 300 b) = 200 c) = How is 58,903 written in expanded form? a) 5, b) 50, , c) 50, d) 500, , d) = Jim bought 3 bags of apples. Each bag had 5 apples. Then he bought 6 more apples. How many total apples did he buy? 10. The girl has 12 pennies. She found twice as many more, and then she gave 3 to her friend. How many pennies does the girl have now?

8 Name Date 3 rd Grade Review Quiz #19 1. Mark is counting by 3 s with her friends in class. Which of these shows the numbers Mark might say if he is counting by 3 s? a) 6, 9, 10, 15 b) 3, 6, 11, 13 c) 9, 12, 15, 18 d) 3, 9, 14, Rosa cut out a total of 8 shapes to make decorations. Which shows of the shapes as circles? a. b. c. d. 3. Use the bar graph that shows favorite pets. 4. Which two times is the time on the clock below between? a) between 4:00 and 4:30 How many people liked dogs and fish? a) 20 b) 8 b) between 5:30 and 6:00 c) between 4:30 and 5:00 d) between 10:00 and 10:30 c) 18 d) 17

9 5. What number does point L represent on this number line? 6. Which number sentence is in the same fact family as 10 x 2 = 20? a) 10 x 10 = 100 b) 2 x 20 = 40 a. 4 b. c. d. 5 c) = 22 d) 20 2 = John has 456 pennies and 298 dimes. Which is the best estimate for the number of coins John has? a) = 700 b) = 700 c) = 800 d) = How is the numeral 40,061 written in words? a) Forty thousand, sixty-one b) Four thousand, sixty one c) Forty thousand, six hundred one d) Forty thousand, sixty 9. Amy has 21 seashells. She put an equal number into 3 buckets. How many are in each bucket? 10. Mary is 23 years old. Sarah is five years older than Mary, and Joyce is 3 years older than Sarah. How old is Joyce?

10 Name Date 3 rd Grade Review Quiz #20 1. Jason counts the number of weeks in a year by 7 s. Which of the following correctly shows which numbers Jason would say? a) 7, 14, 25, 35 b) 14, 21, 28, Measure the lines to the nearest centimeter. How much longer is line A than line B? A B c) 14, 22, 30, 35 d) 7, 14, 21, 30 a) 4 cm b) 10 cm c) 3 cm d) 5 cm 3. Mrs. Ruble wrote a number using a rule for each number in the table below. Student s Number Mrs. Ruble s Number What number did Mrs. Ruble write if the student s number was 12? a) 14 b) 13 c) 16 d) David went to the movies at the time shown on the clock below. What time did David go to the movies? a) 5:50 b) 4:50 c) 10:25 d) 10:23

11 5. A group of 15 people played a game at recess. They formed teams so that each team had the same number of players. Which of these answer choices could describe the teams? a) 3 teams with 5 players on each b) 4 teams with 5 players on each 6. What number does Point M represent on the number line below? 65 M a) 70 b) 69 c) 71 d) 75 c) 3 teams with 6 players on each 7. Randy has 155 nickels, 278 pennies, and 315 dimes. Which of the following shows the best estimate of how many more dimes than nickels? a) = 100 b) = 200 c) = 200 d) = There are 34,560 people in Richmond. Which answer is the same value as 34,560? a) 30, , b) 30, , c) 3, d) 30, , The bus always picks up 14 boys and 16 girls on the way to school. If 5 students did not get on the bus today, how many students did the bus pick up for school? 10. Yolanda has 5 blankets to take to the school picnic. If 4 people can sit on each blanket, how many total students can sit on the blankets?

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