3rd Grade Mathematics Practice Quiz
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What is 678 rounded to the nearest hundred?
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The Walker family drove 362 miles. What is 362 rounded to the nearest hundred?
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What is 946 rounded to the nearest hundred?
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A coach rounded the number of runners at a track meet to the nearest 10. The rounded number of runners is 400. Which number could be the actual number of runners at the track meet?
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The shaded part of the rectangle is 12
$\frac{1}{2}$of the rectangle.
Which fraction is equivalent to 12
$\frac{1}{2}$?
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Each model equals one whole divided into equal parts. Which models show 1/
$\frac{4}{}$shaded?
Select thethree correct answers.
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Which one of these quadrilaterals ALWAYS has four sides of equal length?
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Sarah drew a shape. It was a quadrilateral, and all the sides were the same length. Which shape did Sarah draw?
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Mrs. Pike has pieces of paper that are different colors. Each piece of paper is a rectangle. The table shows the length and width for the different colors of paper.
Select THREE colors of paper that each have an area of 36 square inches. (Area = Length × Width)
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On Monday, the school store sold pencils, pens, erasers, and rulers.
• The store sold 6 more pencils than pens.
• The store sold 2 times as many erasers as rulers.Which of these bar graphs could show the items that were sold on Monday?
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