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III Maths 1

BEST PRIMARY SCHOOL


SECOND SEMISTER ASSINGMENT
STD. III SUBJECT : MATHS MARKS 80

COURSE : L 7, 8, 11, 12, 13 .. from Govt Text Book.


L 5, 6, 8, 9 . . from Oxford Book.

STYLE OF PAPER

1. M.C.Q
2. Fill in the Blanks
3. Solve the following sums. (Division)
4. Word problems (Division)
5. Name them
6. Name the Shape of the object.
7. Convert the following
8. Solve the following sums [Length , Weight ,Capacity ]
9. Word problems [Length ,Weight ,Capacity ]

Q-1 Choose the correct options (MCQ)


1. 5 can be subtracted repeatedly _____ times from 50.
(a) 5 (b) 10 (c) 50
2. In 24 3 = 8, 3 is the ____.
(a) Divisor (b) dividend (c) quotient.
3. If 415 is divided by 1, we get _____.
(a) 32 (b) 1 (c) 415
4. When a number divided by itself, we get _____ as the quotient.
(a) 0 (b) 1 (c) itself
5. How many times can 3 be subtracted repeatedly from 15?
(a) 3 (b) 5 (c) 15
6. In 32 8 = 4, ____ is the dividend.
(a) 4 (b) 8 (c) 32
7. 75 _____ = 15
(a) 15 (b) 5 (c) 10
8. 12 12 = ______.
(a) 1 (b) 0 (c) 12
9. __________ is used to measure liquid.
(a) Balance (b) measure tape (c) Measuring vessel
10. What is the half of 80.
(a) 20 (b) 40 (c) 80
11. A circle can be drawn with the help of a _______
(a) Kite (b) Book (c) Bangle
12. The shape of 10- rupee note is ______
(a) Square (b) Triangle (c) Rectangle
13. A _____ has curved surface
(a) Paper (b) watermelon (c) table
14. There are _______ sixes in 36.
(a) 6 (b) 36 (c) 3
15. Centimeter is written in short as ______
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(a) ml (b) g (c) cm


16. Temple flag has ______ shape
(a) Circle (b) Square (c) Triangle
17. What is the shape of mobile phone ?
(a) Square (b) Pentagon (c) Rectangle
18. What is the quotient when 32 is divided by 8?
(a) 4 (b) 8 (c) 32
19. The smaller unit of length is ______.
(a) Meter (c) centimeter (c) Kilometer
20. The length of book is measured in _______.
(a) ml (b) g (c) cm
21. 42cm 26cm = _____cm.
(a) 8 (b) 16 (c) 26
22. 1 kilogram = ______ grams.
(a) 1000 (b) 100 (c) 1
23. 18000 g = _____ kg
(a) 18 (b) 180 (c) 8
24. 102 kg 32kg =_____ kg.
(a) 70 (b) 90 (c) 80.
25. 30 l 3 l = _____ l.
(a) 21 (b) 24 (c) 27
26. ml is short form of ________
(a) Centimeter (b) millimeter (c) milliliter
27. Number upto _____ are written on a meter scale.
(a) 15 (b) 100 (c) 30
28. 6 km = ______m.
(a) 60 (b) 6000 (c) 600
29. 1 liter = ______ ml.
(a) 10 (b) 100 (c) 1000
30. The bigger unit of capacity is _____.
(a) Milliliter (b) liter (c) kg
31. The smaller unit of capacity is _____.
(a) Milliliter (b) liter (c) gram.
32. The bigger unit of weight is _____.
(a) Kg (b) gm (c) cm
33. The length of cloth is measured with ______.
(a) Scale (b) ruler (c) meter-scale
34. How many pens at the rate of Rs.10 per pen can be bought with Rs.40 ?
(a) 4 (b) 10 (c) 40
35. Division is a repeated _________________.
(a) Addition (b) Multiplication (c) Subtraction
36. 7 kg 200g and 800 g make
(a) 9 kg (b) 8 kg (c) 7800 g
37. 400 ml subtracted from 4000 ml is
(a) 4400 ml (b) 3 litres 400 ml (c) 3600 ml
38. To convert kilogram to gram
(a) Multiply by 1000 (b) multiply by 100 (c) divide by 1000.

Q-2 FILL IN THE BLANKS


1. The shape which has five sides is _____.
2. 1 meter = _______ centimeters.
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3. The symbol for the greater unit of weight is _______.


4. If 3 m 15 cm is added to itself, the answer is _____.
5. The smaller unit of weight is ________.
6. Milliliter is abbreviated as ________.
7. If 18 apples are distributed in 3 equal parts, each part will have ___ apples.
8. 6 1 =_____.
9. 7 3 = 21, hence 217 = ____.
10. 63 9 = _____.
11. The shape of an inverted class is ______.
12. All the surfaces of a ____________ are plane.
13. A _________ can be drawn with the help of a dice.
14. 2 x 3 = 6, hence 6 2 = _______
15. The length of the measure tape of carpenter is at least __________.
16. The maximum amount of liquid that a container can contain is called its ____________.
17. The bigger unit of capacity is ______.
18. 4000 ml = ______l.
19. ______ g = 2 kg.
20. Measuring container is used to measure _______.
21. Surface of a solid shape is called its ________.
22. The _________ is where three edges meet.
23. The _________ is where two faces meet.
24. ___________ is used to measure very long lengths.
25. If 9 tickets cost Rs.117, _________is the cost of a ticket.
26. If a box contains 12 balls, _______ box is required for packing 48 balls.
27. If 15 marbles are divided into 5 equal parts, each part will have ______ marbles.
28. 5 5 = _____
29. _____ 9 = 1
30. If 4 equal parts are made of 20 pencils, each part will have _____ pencils.
31. If a number is divided by the number itself, the quotient is always _______.
32. Any number when divided by _______ , remains the same.
33. Dividing 30 flowers among 6 children, each child gets ______ flowers.
34. 44 ____ = 11
35. ________ is used to measure capacity of small containers such as teaspoon.
36. _________ is used to measure the mass of light object such as pencil.
37. _________ is used to measure the mass of heavy object such as big bag of Rice.
38. 56 8 = 7, ________ is the dividend.

Q - 3. Solve the following sums (Division).


1. 450 9
2. 972 4
3. 88 8
4. 698 7
5. 540 10
6. 751 12
7. 676 8
8. 96 13
9. 787 11
10. 315 8

Q-4. Word problems (Division)


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1. 8 cycles cost 560. What is the cost of 1 cycle?


2. The price of a book is Rs. 12. A shopkeeper has Rs. 485 to buy books. Find out maximum number of
books he could buy and the balance amount.
3. A fruit seller bought 188 mangoes. He packed the mangoes equally in 4 boxes. How many mangoes
did each box have?
4. 897 chocolates were distributed equally among 12 children. How many chocolates did each child get?
How many chocolates were left over?
5. 328 books are divided equally among 10 boys. How many books will each boy get? How many books
will remain?
6. A pencil cost Rs. 5. How many such pencils can be bought for Rs. 345?
7. 4 students can sit on a bench. How many benches are needed for 364 students?
8. How many trays will be required to put 324 eggs. If each tray can hold 6 eggs?
9. 634 boxes of fruits were loaded equally on 7 trucks. How many boxes were loaded in each truck? How
many boxes were left?
10. How many marbles are received by each child, if 805 marbles are distributed equally among 7 children
?

Q-5. NAME THEM


1. Name five different shapes.
A. The five different shapes are Circle, Square, Rectangle, Triangle, Pentagon.
2. Write the names of things having curved surface.
A. Apple, Mango, Tomato, Ball, Football, Bangle, Lemon.
3. Write the names of things having both plane and curved surface.
A. Chalk stick, Drum, Stricker of Carrom, Pencil, Protractor.
4. Write the names of things having plane surface.
A. Stool, Book, Duster, Matchbox, Carton, Colour-box.
5. Write the names of things having circular shape
A. Orange, Lemon, Tomato, Pomegranate, Ball.
6. Write the names of things having Triangular shape
A. Jokers cap, Temple flag.
7. Write the names of things having Rectangular shape
A. Textbook, Brick, Matchbox.

8. Write the names of things having Square shape


A. Dice, Cube,

9. Write the number of edges, number of faces and number of corners of a cuboid ?
A. A cuboid has 12 edges, 6 faces and 8 corners.
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10. Write the number of edges, number of faces and number of corners of a cylinder ?
A. A cylinder has 2 edges, 2 faces and 0 corners.

11. Write the number of edges, number of faces and number of corners of a sphere ?
A. A sphere has no edges, no faces and no corners.

12. Write the number of edges, number of faces and number of corners of a cone ?
A. A cone has 1 edges, 1 faces and 1 corner.

Q-6 NAME THE SHAPE OF THE GIVEN OBJECT.

1. Shape of a pencil - Cylindrical


2. Shape of a notebook - Rectangle.
3. Shape of a mobile phone Rectangle.
4. Shape of a temple flag - Triangle
5. Shape of a 1 rupee coin Circle
6. Shape of a 10 rupee note Rectangle.
7. Shape of a match box Rectangle
8. Shape of cap of a bottle - Circle
9. Shape of a postcard - Rectangle
10. Shape of handkerchief - Square.

Q-7. Convert the following.


(A) Convert m into cm.
1. 12 m
2. 3 m
3. 23 m
4. 9 m
5. 14 m
(B) Convert cm into m
1. 500 cm
2. 400 cm
3. 300 cm
4. 600 cm
5. 900 cm
(C) Convert m and cm into cm
1. 8 m 15 cm
2. 19 m 10 cm
3. 35 m 80 cm
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4. 12 m 1 cm
5. 2 m 95 cm
(D) Convert cm into m and cm
1. 124 cm
2. 325 cm
3. 795 cm
4. 7235 cm
5. 9430 cm
(E) Convert kg into g
1. 8 kg
2. 3 kg
3. 17 kg
4. 29 kg
5. 25 kg
(F) Convert g into kg
1. 4000 g
2. 15000 g
3. 6000 g
4. 9000 g
5. 8000 g

(G) Convert kg and g into g


1. 2 kg 350 g
2. 7 kg 320 g
3. 5 kg 100 g
4. 8 kg 700 g
5. 5 kg 5 g
(H) Convert g into kg and g
1. 7767 g
2. 3500 g
3. 7550 g
4. 5322 g
5. 5050 g
(I) Convert l into ml
1. 5 l
2. 25 l
3. 36 l
4. 89 l
5. 67 l
(J) Convert ml into l
1. 6000 ml
2. 4000 ml
3. 8000 ml
4. 2000 ml
5. 9000 ml
(K) Convert l and ml into ml
1. 3 l 350 ml
2. 5 l 575 ml
3. 9 l 245 ml
4. 8 l 35 ml
5. 2 l 150 ml
(L) Convert ml into l and ml
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1. 9440 ml
2. 5989 ml
3. 5100 ml
4. 3820 ml
5. 7805 ml

(M) Convert km into m


1. 13 km
2. 7 km
3. 24 km
4. 2 km
5. 11 km
(N) Convert m into km
1. 5000m
2. 7000m
3. 11000m
4. 13000m
5. 15000m
(O) Convert m into km and m
1. 3254 m
2. 2572 m
3. 8174 m
4. 9487 m
5. 4782 m
(P) Convert km and m into m
1. 3 km 504 m
2. 5 km 362 m
3. 2 km 704 m
4. 9 km 48 m
5. 8 km 70 m

Q-8 Solve the following sums.( Length, Weight, Capacity )

1. 350 m 25cm + 60m 28cm


2. 360 m 20cm + 35m 2cm + 38m 4cm
3. 75m 2cm + 35m 25cm
4. Sub 845m 50cm from 900m 69cm
5. Sub 255m 35cm from 589m 55cm
6. 544kg 320g + 79kg 350g + 352kg 111g
7. Add 84kg 324g, 18kg 310g
8. 345kg 342g 156kg 123g
9. Sub 209kg 905g from 571kg 216g
10. Add 752 l 465ml, 243 l 37ml
11. 329l 378ml + 136l 398ml
12. 27l 298ml + 59l 662ml
13. Sub 364l 562ml from 907l 542ml
14. Sub 252l 142ml from 742l 201ml
15. Sub 121l 203ml from 432l 208ml

Q-9 Word Problems ( length, weight, capacity)


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1. Komal had 65m 95 cm of cloth. She used 56m 80cm for making curtains. How much cloth is left with
her ?
2. Mr. Suresh drove his car 5 km 250 m from his residence to his office, 4 km 500m from his office to the
market, and 7km 750m from the market to his residence. What distance did he travelled in the car?
3. There are two water tanks in my house. One has a capacity of 85l 500ml, and the other has capacity of
50l 750ml. how much more water can the first tank hold?
4. Disha bought 32m 35cm of blue cloth and 20m 72cm of yellow cloth. What is the total length of cloth
she bought?
5. Asha has 8 kg 450 gram wheat. From that she gave 5 kg 675 gram of wheat to Tejas. How much
quantity of wheat does she have now ?
6. Maria bought 5 kg 250 gram apples, 4 kg 750 gram chickoos and 3 kg 400 gram oranges. What is the
total weight of the fruits she bought ?
7. Reshma filled 25lt 500ml of petrol filled in her car in the morning. She used 10lt 780ml during the day.
How much petrol is left in her car?
8. Vijay travelled 35 km 125m from his house to office, 12km 85m from office to bank and 6km 800m
from bank to his house. What is the total distance travelled by him ?

[Refer all exercise from Govt and Oxford text book.]