Sample Paper

MAX.MARKS:50

DURATION: 1:30 HRS

Level: 03

Subject: Maths

Class 3

**Answer all the questions.**

1) Fill in the blanks:

- 2 × 71 = ____ + 71
- 3 minutes = _______ seconds

2) Write down true or false.

- 3 more than 5 tens are 53. _________
- Capacity of a bottle is measured in kg. ______

3) Match the columns:

a) 125 g less than 352 g = | i) 3: 43 am |

b) 48 g greater than 452 g = | ii)765 |

c) 9 times 85 = | iii) 1 kg |

d) 84 ÷ 12 = | iv) 96 |

e) 664 g + 336 g = | v)7 |

f) 48 × 2 = | vi) 227g |

4) Choose the correct answer:

- Which of the following figure have only one corner?
i) ii) iii) iv) - How many rounds does the minute hand of a clock complete in one day?
i) 2 ii) 36 iii) 60 iv) 24 - Which one is longer?
i) Thumb ii) Index Finger iii) Middle finger iv) Ring finger - Which one is the side view of a table?
i) ii) iii) iv) - Which one is lighter?
i) Elephant ii) Dog iii) Hippopotamus iv) Whale - Which one among the following number is the greatest three-digit number with distinct digits?
i) 978 ii) 999 iii) 987 iv) 998

5) Answer the following questions:

- A vegetable seller used to sell at least 40 kg of potato each day a week. At the end of this week, he finds that he has sold only 32 kg of potatoes on Saturday. Find the least amount of potato he sold this week in total.
- In a class, the sum of the heights of 6 girls is the same as the sum of the heights of 5 boys. If the height of each boy is 120 cm, find the height of each girl. Consider the height of each girl is the same.
- The price of petrol is Rs 95/litre. Siya’s father bought 5 litres of petrol and he has used 2 litres of it. Find the price of the remaining petrol.
- Arrange the numbers 504, 405, 540, 450 in ascending order. Find the difference between the greatest and smallest number among these numbers.
- In the given magic square, the sum of the numbers in each row, each column or in each diagonal is the same. Find the missing numbers.
- How many triangles are there in the given picture?

6) Draw all the lines of symmetry of the following shapes.

7) Answer each of the following questions:

- Form the greatest and the smallest possible three-digit numbers using the digits 6, 7, and 8.
- Write in the expanded form:
i) 1000 ii) 799

8) Mark the flat and the curved faces of the following objects.

i) | ii) |

9) Read the table and answer the following questions.

Some students were asked to name their favourite game. Their responses are collected in the following table.

Name of the games |
Number of the students |

Cricket | 49 |

Football | 42 |

Table Tennis | 28 |

Hockey | 35 |

- How many students’ favourite game is not football?
- Draw a pictograph for the data given in the table.

10) Answer the following questions.

- Complete the pattern.
- 2, 4, 7, 11, 16, 22, 29, 37, 46, 56, _____, 79, 92, ...
- A1, B2, C3, D4, E5, F6, G7, H8, ___, J10, K11, …

- Use the given calendar to answer the following questions.
- Add all the numbers in the column for Wednesday, and check if the sum is divisible by 7.
- What is the date 3 days earlier to 26th January? What is the importance of that date?
- What will be the date 7 days after 26th January 2020?

- The timing of our maths class is 10:30 am - 10:50 am. Today there is a 10 minutes maths test scheduled in the class. If the class started 15 minutes late, have we got enough time for the test?
- Rubi bought 2 flower bouquets each for Rs 15, a doll for Rs 27, and a notebook for Rs 33. She gave a note of Rs 100 to the shopkeeper. How much will the shopkeeper return back?