Name _____________________                                        Date:_____________________

The following problems

1. What two numbers come next?

handling, 10105, 10155, _ _

2. John wants a Carpenter build him a custom library. He wants that each shelf to hold 10 books. Tablets how many need it if there are 123 books?

A. 12      B. 14     C. 13     D. 15

3. Examine basic blocks 10 below and tell what number that it represents. Carefully consider before responding!

A. 236      B. 228     C. 136     D. 128

4. What is the same as two hundred forty five

A. 245      B. 255      C. 542      D. 452

5. Fill in the two missing digits?

941, 952, _, _ 974

6. What number is greater than 865 but less 941?

A. 789      B. 941      C. 899      D. 911

7. What digital expression corresponds to the image? ______________

A. 4 + 3      B. 12 – 4      C. 4 × 3      D. 2 × 3.

8. Block 10 How can do you with 240?

A.40      B. 42      C. 24      D. 100

9. Tell if the number of left is less or greater number right. Replace the question mark (?)

899?      901

1425?      1424

10. What number is composed of hundreds of 4 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 additions and following subtraction

54678 + 45624 = work?

98765 – 97653 = work?

13.

What is the name of a geometric figure that resembles an orange _

Which of the following form could you probably use to describe the shape of your fingers?

A.Cube b. Sphere c. Cylinder d. Cone

Which of the following form 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. The two circles show two sixths (2/6) and five sixths (5/6) of the circles in the shade?

Choice # 1: A and B choice # 2: B and D choice # 3: has and D choice # 4: C and d

17. To make a rectangle. Break the rectangle into 8 equal pieces. Then, in the shade six eighths of the rectangle.

18. Go to a store of 3.20 \$ in your pocket. The menu is:

Hamburger… \$1.60

Pizza slice… \$1.80

Sprite… \$1.10

Juice… \$1.90

Side of chicken wings \$ 2.50…

A. Hamburger and Pizza slice . Side of the chicken wings and sprite . Fruit juice and slice of pizza . Hamburger and sprite

19. What mathematical problem means the same thing as (10 + 5) + 7? ______________

A. 14 + 7      B. 15 + 6      C. 15 × 7     D. 10 + (12)

20. Problem solving their problems.No calculator. No exception! In fact, no calculator should be used at all to resolve this third grade mathematics test

You 552 dollars in your pocket. You want to buy 6 scientific calculators of the costs every 78 dollars.

How much will cost 6 calculators? _________

After you pay for calculators, how much money are you with? _________

You want to share the money remains uniformly between you and two friends. How much money each person will get. ____________

Note: a score of 16 or on this third grade mathematics test is a good indication that most of the skills taught in the third year have mastered